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Bemidji Education Foundation awards nearly $10,000 for 2022 school projects

The Bemidji 31 Education Foundation Fund recently announced its fall 2022 grant award recipients following a competitive application and review process, 13 out of 22 applicants were selected to receive almost $10,000 for various projects throughout the Bemidji Area School District.

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Bemidji 31 Education Foundation
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BEMIDJI — The Bemidji 31 Education Foundation Fund recently announced its fall 2022 grant award recipients following a competitive application and review process.

According to a release, 13 out of 22 applicants were selected to receive almost $10,000 for various projects throughout the Bemidji Area School District. Projects will include:

  • Technology needs at Horace May Elementary
  • Library program at Horace May and Solway Elementary
  • Developmental Adapted Physical Education program at Horace May
  • 3D Design and Creation at Horace May
  • Unified Programming at Bemidji High School
  • Wood lathe at Bemidji Middle School
  • Eagle Eye News at Gene Dillon Elementary
  • Science sensors at BMS
  • Field trip at BHS
  • STEM software at Horace May
  • Winter phenology at Gene Dillon
  • Teddy bear room at Paul Bunyan Center
  • Guest speaker at BHS

“We are excited to be able to assist the educators in our district and further the classroom experience,” Bemidji 31 Education Foundation Fund Chair Jeff Haack said in a release. “We look forward to seeing how the grant dollars will impact and benefit our students.”
In total, the Bemidji 31 Education Foundation Fund has given 36 grants totaling $23,266.52 over the last four grant periods.

More information can be found at bemidjieducationfoundation.org.

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