BOE Congratulates Clear Stream Avenue School on Grant

BOE Congratulates Clear Stream Photo
During the district’s regular board of education on Jan. 28, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nicholas Stirling and the board recognized building administrators and staff from Clear Stream Avenue School for receiving a $5,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education Grant. Principal John Singleton and library media specialist Carolyn Kaiser, applied for the grant this past summer, which will help enhance the school’s MakerSpace.

Dr. Stirling congratulated the school and shared that Clear Stream is the third school in the district to receive this grant. Shaw Avenue School received a Lowe’s Toolbox for Education Grant last school year, while Forest Road School was awarded the grant about two years ago. 

“The grant is intended to build our students knowledge of coding and engineering technology through our MakerSpace,” said Mr. Singleton. “We’re looking to buy electronic educational toys and program kits.”