More than $9,000 is being awarded to 11 teachers in the Fort LeBoeuf School District for a variety of projects and learning aides in their classrooms. 3-D printing pens, funding for the Waterford Elementary School's production of the Wizard of Oz and interactive materials for autistic students in the middle school are just a couple of the grants being awarded.
President of the Fort LeBoeuf Foundation Denny Fortin says, "I think we're over $51,000... in these grants over the last 8 years. So, we're really proud to be able to do that, partner up with what the teachers are doing. We think Fort LeBoeuf is a great place. [We] love being here. We think that this school district is one of the best. And we're just glad, as the Fort LeBoeuf Foundation, we can come alongside and help just a little bit."
The Fort LeBoeuf Foundation says the amount they raise for these grants comes from partners in the community and the funds are growing every year.
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