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Brainerd Public Schools Foundation announces grants

The Brainerd Public Schools Foundation would like to announce that over $25,000 was awarded within the 4A Granting (academics, activities, arts, and athletics) Program and another $4,600 was awarded from the Connie and Gary Grittner Gifted Fund f...

The Brainerd Public Schools Foundation would like to announce that over $25,000 was awarded within the 4A Granting (academics, activities, arts, and athletics) Program and another $4,600 was awarded from the Connie and Gary Grittner Gifted Fund for gifted and talented needs within K-12 classrooms.

All grant awarded educators will be recognized at the Big Event 2015 on Feb. 7 and the public is invited.

Tickets and event information are available at www.bpsf.org

The 4A grants include:

Baxter Elementary, Bose speaker for music, $400.

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Brainerd High School (BHS), 3D printer, $2,900.

BHS South Campus, Warrior Outlet art/cards project, $300.

Brainerd Learning Center, Create Our Art inspirational posters, $500.

Districtwide music, East Asian bins, $1,084.

District-Wide Math Curriculum, $3,700.

ECSE Birth - age 3 - Promoting Early Literacy, $700.

Forestview, Simple machines, $618.

Forestview, Aquatic exploration ROV, $1,080.

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Forestview, Bridge building, $800.

Forestview, Athletics golf iPad, $550.

Forestview, Language Arts, $3,707

Forestview, projector for visual arts, $1,000.

Garfield, 2nd Step curriculum, $2,249.

Garfield, Classsroom Ind. Reading Libraries, $992.

Harrison, Increasing reading and writing excitement, $150.

Lowell, iPad, $550.

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Lowell, Audio books, $900.

Lowell, Leveled Books, $1,062.

Lowell, Boys and Books, reading recovery books, $750.

Nisswa, Home to School Kiwi pack books, $400.

Riverside, Books for at-risk Title I, $722.

Riverside, Take home game, $700.

The Grittner Gifted and Talented Fund grants are as follows:

Lowell, Legos and Writers Block, $1,600.

District-wide, Camp YaYa, $3,000 .

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