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Har-Ber Students Serve As Mentors

Posted: November 11, 2012 at 5:37 a.m.

With their first playoff game of the season just hours away, some Har-Ber High School football players were playing a different kind of game Friday morning: word bingo.

At A Glance

About The Grant

The Springdale Public Schools Education Foundation had $19,600 in grant money to award this year for various school district projects and programs. The foundation received 79 applications for that money and decided to fund 22 of them, including the one for the Wildcat Reading Buddies program at Young Elementary.

The program was chosen because it affects so many kids, said Chris Stecklein, foundation director.

“You want to find a project that’s a win for everyone,” Stecklein said. “This one is.”

Source: Staff Report

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