Fund for Huron County Approves Grants

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Cheryl McKenna, CFO
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Huron County, OH, November 25, 2013 – The Advisory Board for the Fund for Huron County, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Lorain County, voted to approve grants totaling $8,674 at its November 13 meeting. Thirty-six teacher grants were approved benefiting seven schools systems in Huron County. A complete list of grantees follows:

Education $8,674.00

New London Local Schools

  • Sensory Integration to Help With All Learning $240.00
  • Project MORE $250.00
  • JAM’s Journals About Math $235.00
  • School Ownership $250.00
  • Sign of Beaver $131.00

Norwalk City Schools

  • Singing at First Sight $250.00
  • More Starfall Renewal Internet Reading and Math Site $250.00
  • Homework Club $250.00

Norwalk Catholic Schools

  • Hands On Planet Kit $250.00
  • Journalism Camera $250.00
  • Stairs to Paradise $250.00
  • Past vs. Present $226.00
  • Government Field Trip to Columbus $250.00
  • Mock Trial $250.00
  • Yearbook $250.00
  • 4th Grade Magazine $195.00
  • Trip to the Ohio Statehouse and COSI $250.00
  • Alphabet $200.00
  • Pets & Insects $250.00
  • Fine Motor Skills $149.00
  • Teacher $240.00
  • Writers Unblocked Literary Magazine $250.00
  • Lifecycles $250.00
  • Healthy Living $250.00
  • Plants $250.00

Plymouth Shiloh Local Schools

  • Using Memoir to Close the Gap Between Fiction & Non Fiction $250.00
  • Physical Education/Health $250.00
  • Minimalism Sculpture $248.00

South Central Local School District

  • Electricity A Scientific Inquiry $240.00
  • Made in the Shade…of Green $250.00
  • Smile South Central, You’re on Camera! $199.00
  • Drawing Tablets $245.00
  • Pitch $234.00
  • Apple TV Integration $192.00

Western Reserve Local Schools

  • T Stools $220.00
  • Improving Focus $240.00

The Fund for Huron County is an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Lorain County; their next general grant cycle is in March. Founded in 1980, the funds of which will benefit the communities now and forever. For more information on the Foundation or to create a Fund that will fulfill your charitable legacy, visit www.peoplewhocare.org.