BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Twenty-one gifts totaling more than $200,000 were granted to the Bronxville School District from the Bronxville Schools Foundation.
At its Tuesday meeting, the Bronxville Board of Education accepted a gift of $235,040 that will be used to fund various areas of need and luxury in the district. The gifts will be used to benefit all three schools.
The grants included support for innovative projects, new technology and ongoing professional learning. The largest grant of $79,000 will launch a partnership between the elementary school and Long Island University. Another $40,000 grant will allow the district to continue expanding its work with critical and creative thinking.
Other grants include the purchase of document cameras for the second grade, will support teacher training for Singapore mathematics, iPad applications for coaches and professional development programs. Responding to a request from students, a grant will also pay for the installation of filtered water bottle filling stations throughout the schools.
For a complete list of grants, see the Bronxville School District website .
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