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Twelve Lemont High School programs receive grants

Published: Thursday, June 5, 2014 10:06 a.m. CDT

LEMONT – The Lemont High School Educational Foundation will support 12 grants for more than $56,000 for the 2014-15 school year, according to a Lemont High School news release.

Grant proposals were submitted by Lemont High School faculty and staff. The $56,007 is most money the foundation has awarded in a single year.

The grant recipients were: An Evening Out; AP Environmental Science Stream Research; Breakfast Buddies; Budget Challenge; Discipline Free Dance; Discovery Based Science Learning - Chemistry & Electives; iEngage: Using Technology to Engage; Picture This - Integration of CAD and Art; Summer, Science, STEM - Oh My!; Tier I Social/Emotional Interventions; Tier II Social/Emotional Interventions; and We See College in YOUR Future - Year 7.

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