Grant K-8 Fundraises to Save Key Programs

| February 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Parents, students, teachers and friends of Grant K-8, located at 1425 Washington Place in Mission Hills are raising funds to save valuable school programs, including the science lab coordinator, music instruction, the Gecko Garden, the library program, and the art program. To date the school has raised $30,000 as part of its Imagine Annual Giving Campaign. Another $50,000 is needed in order to meet its goal and keep current enrichment programs in place for the 2013-2014 school year. Without the full amount, the PTA will be forced to decide which programs will no longer be supported.

Brooklyn Girl in Mission Hills is holding a fundraiser for Grant K-8 on Monday, February 25 by donating 15 percent of its proceeds from diners who indicate they are there to support Grant. Diners should indicate when making reservations that they are supporting Grant K8.

For additional information, call the school office at (619) 293-4420, or visit www.grantk8.com.

Grant K-8 is fundraising to save valuable programs.

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