Community donates $30,000 to local schools

May 28, 2013

By Staff

The Issaquah School Board approved nearly $30,000 worth of donations to the district during its May 8 regular meeting.

The bulk of the money, $19,135, came from the Issaquah Schools Foundation to support students in the district with robotics in the classroom. The foundation also donated another $5,245 to provide supplement funding for portable technology throughout the schools.

Students at Newcastle Elementary School got an extra boost from their PTSA, which donated $5,556 to offset the costs of fifth-grade environment camp.

 

 

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