Shive gets grant
ROCKWELL ó Shive Elementary School received a $2,500 grant through The Home Depot Foundationís Building Healthy Communities program.
The donation will be used to build picnic tables for an existing outdoor classroom.
ěThis grant, written by Connie McCombs and Pam Bloom, will provide combined seating for up to four classes of students,î Principal Zebbie-Bradley Bondurant said.
ěThe Shive PTA SWARM provided funding to build our learning shelter and the picnic tables will complete our outdoor classroom.
ěThese tables will also provide seating at events that bring our school and community together.î
The Building Healthy Communities grant program supports the work that local nonprofit organizations, public schools and other community organizations are doing to improve the physical health of their neighborhoods.
ěWe are delighted to support local volunteer projects aimed at creating healthier, more stable communities where families can thrive,î Home Depot Foundation President Kelly Caffarelli said. ěEthan Shive Elementary School deserves enormous credit for work it is doing and we are glad to be part of their efforts.î