Foundation for Educational Excellence

Foundation for Educational Excellence Approves 5 More Grants for 2012-2013 School Year

Foundation for Educational Excellence Approves 5 More Grants for 2012-2013 School Year

The Clinton Township Foundation for Educational Excellence is pleased to announce that five more grants have been approved for the 2012-2013 school year during a grant review held in March 2013. An initial set of seven grants was approved in November 2012, bringing the total to 12 new grants for the school year.

Totaling nearly $9,000, the five new grants – focusing on scholastic enrichment, technology, and arts and education – will be implemented at all Clinton Township schools (Spruce Run School, Patrick McGaheran School, Round Valley School and the Clinton Township Middle School). “For our children, it’s important to make learning fun and memorable,” said Cindy Miceli, chairperson. “That’s why we are very excited about the grants we recently funded, as each grant represents a unique way to teach our children something new. We hope that these enriching experiences will resonate with students.”

To see the press release in its entirety click on the link  “Wave 2 Grants” on the Foundation’s home page.