Sappington Elementary has been awarded a $72,600 grant from a nonprofit foundation that supports innovation in education. (click for larger version)
July 23, 2014 - Sappington Elementary has been awarded a $72,600 grant from the Innovative Technology Education Fund, a nonprofit foundation that supports innovation in education by funding advanced classroom technology for area schools.
Sappington will use the funds to transform its library into a learning environment where students can work together to create "amazing" projects, a news release stated. The library will be divided into a variety of learning spaces for research, collaboration, engineering and development.
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