Tyson Aids Agriculture Students At Fayetteville High School Company donates $75,000 to equip new facilities

Posted: December 15, 2012 at 4:56 a.m.

Agriculture classes at Fayetteville High School recently received a big boost when Tyson Foods contributed $75,000 to the program.

At A Glance

Grant Process

Each year, teachers apply to the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation for grants for supplies and programming to supplement classroom instruction. The grants are awarded in the spring. The Tyson grant will be a part of the selection process and used for programs specifically related to agriculture. In its 20-year history, the foundation has distributed more than $3 million.

Source: Fayetteville Public Education Foundation.

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