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High School Teacher Chris White accepted an Educator Initiative Program grant in the amount of $521 for Scholastic Classroom Magazine reading. Jerry Beard and Frankston School Board President Junior Mascorro presented the grant which is organized annually by the Frankston United Methodist Church and provided to teachers to use for things that the school budget does not cover.

Band Director Heather Chitty accepts an Educator Initiative Program grant for new instruments for the Mighty Indian Band on Monday, March 20. The grant was in the amount of $938. Jerry Beard of the Frankston United Methodist Church and School Board President Junior Mascorro presented the annual grant which is provided to teachers to help cover things the school budget can not.

Elementary music teacher Nelsalee Amy accepts an Educator Initiative Program grant for soprano recorders on Monday, March 20. The elementary school has a recorder choir where students perform amazing tunes on the single key instruments. The grant amount was for $93. Jerry Beard of the Frankston United Methodist Church and School Board President Junior Mascorro presented the award.

Middle school and high school art teacher Elizabeth Lade was presented an Educator Initiative Program grant for a hanging display system for art student projects to be hung in the school. Middle School Assistant Principal Melanie Blackwell said the display system will provide a nicer display to show student artwork. The grant was for $159. Jerry Beard of the Frankston United Methodist Church and School Board President Junior Mascorro presented the award. Another grant for camera and accessories for the yearbook was presented to Eden Adkins in the amount of $400. Adkins was unable to attend the March 20 meeting where the award was presented.