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ExxonMobil grants boost North Lamar math and science programs

School NewsGreg Higgins
Kwik Check/McCraw Oil District Supervisor Dennis McThompson presents a $500 check to Aaron Parker Elementary third grade representatives Khadijah Joudeh and Dallas Foster.  Principal Tammie Bates said Parker students will greatly benefit from the math and science grant.

Kwik Check/McCraw Oil District Supervisor Dennis McThompson presents a $500 check to Aaron Parker Elementary third grade representatives Khadijah Joudeh and Dallas Foster.  Principal Tammie Bates said Parker students will greatly benefit from the math and science grant.

Three campuses at North Lamar Independent School District once again have been awarded an ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant to enrich math and/or science instruction in the classroom.  The grants of $500 each were awarded to North Lamar High School, Stone Middle School, and Aaron Parker Elementary and made possible by funding from the ExxonMobil Corporation through McCraw Oil Company and the local Kwik Chek stores.  The grants are part of a program that supports schools in communities that are served by ExxonMobil sites.  ExxonMobil has a long history of providing support to schools.  Kwik Chek is happy to have the opportunity to invest in the future of their community to neighborhood schools.

 

 

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