PENDER COUNTY — An area nonprofit has doled out small grants to fund packages in public faculties.
Pender Training Partnership gave faculties $8,000 complete cut up into 18 mini grants. The funds will assist the faculties pay for particular porgrams, together with the acquisition of a ceramics kiln, a efficiency by the Tryon Fife and Drum Corp, STEM lab provides, drones, Legos, books, a microscope and science lab equipment.
“Pender Training Partnership is devoted to supporting our educators by
trainer mini-grants,” stated Tammie Parris, PEP director of the board president. “We’re happy to contribute $8,000 complete to the district for this faculty yr.”
Trainer mini-grants are awarded based mostly on functions submitted to the PEP board.
A range committee reviewed every utility. The group is funded by way of donation.
“Anybody can turn out to be a PEP associate by donating $5 to $15,000. All monies raised go
towards mini-grants and scholarships. All PEP basis board members are
volunteers,” Parris stated.
For extra details about Pender Training Partnership, go to their website.
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