QVNA Provides Grants to Two Neighborhood Schools

The Queen Village Neighborhood Association has awarded $5,000 in grant funding to its two neighborhood schools, Nebinger and Meredith Elementary Schools. The money will be equally split between the two schools. Nebinger is using the funds for a librarian and science lab assistant while Meredith is using the money for a computerized educational support program called Study Island.  Jeff Hornstein, QVNA Board President, is pleased to support to the community,  “Thanks to the leadership of Board member Leslie Tyler, QVNA is committed to supporting our two neighborhood public schools, Meredith and Nebinger, and their fantastic principals, Cindy Farlino and Dr. Ralph Burnley.  We are deepening the partnership between the entire Queen Village community and the school communities.  We aim to devote an increasing share of resources to making sure every Queen Village child has the educational opportunity they so richly deserve.”

Tags: News, Schools

Posted: November 13, 2012

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