CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - Central Elementary School in Clinton was awarded a huge grant of $25,000 for the “America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education’ program.
Local farmers nominated the school for the grant and the program is sponsored by the Monsanto Fund.
Friday the organization held a check presentation at Central Elementary School.
Officials say they're honored to receive this award.
“It means a lot. I think its fantastic to know that we have the support of our local farmers, our community behind us and spreading the word and 25 thousand dollar grants don't come along very often,” said Ryan Jenkins, Central Elementary School principal.
The money will be used to enhance math or science education.
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