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Thousands in Donations Accepted for Dearborn Public Schools

The Dearborn Board of Education announced the donations at their Monday night meeting.

More than $15,000 in donations of funds and technology products were announced Monday at the Dearborn Board of Education meeting.

From a Promethean Board at Nowlin Elementary to funds for a new scoreboard at Edsel Ford High School, donations will be used mainly for technological advances in Dearborn's classroooms.

Here's a look at the donations:

  • A donation of a $3,000 has been offered to Michael Berry Career Campus, by Square One Education Network, to be used towards building an electric vehicle for IVD (Innovative Vehicle Design) Competition. 
  • A donation of $1,170 has been offered to Cotter Early Childhood Center, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for iPad covers.
  • A donation of a Promethean Board and installation has been offered to Nowlin Elementary School, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, in partnership with the Dearborn Rotary ‘Adopt-A-Classroom’ project, to be used for Room 6.
  • A donation of $1,800 has been offered to Cotter Preschool, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, in partnership with PNC Foundation, to be used for professional development conference fees.
  • A donation of $400 has been offered to Fordson High School, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for entrance and registration fees for a student enrichment trip to New York.
  • A donation of $683.90 has been offered to Nowlin Elementary School, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for two mobile teaching center stations.
  • A donation of $3,600 has been offered to Maples Elementary School, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for four Dell computers for supplementary technology equipment.
  • A donation of $500 has been offered to the Michael Berry Career Campus, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for a PA system technology initiative.
  • A donation of $270 has been offered to the district-wide Academic Games Club, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for student awards.
  • A donation of $1,740 has been offered to the Michael Berry Career Campus, by the Dearborn Education Foundation, to be used for Elmo classroom equipment for the special education program.
  • A donation of $1,000 has been offered to Edsel Ford High School, by an anonymous donor, to be used toward the purchase of a new scoreboard at the baseball diamond.

Interested in making a donation to Dearborn Public Schools? Learn more at the Dearborn Education Foundation's website.

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