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Badger Pride Patrol surprises local classrooms
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KCISD Education Foundation representative D’Ann Williams presents a check at Roger E. Sides Elementary School for $3,000 that will be used for for books to foster reading at home. The grant will allow 450 students to earn and keep to take home. The Karnes City ISD Education Foundation’s “Badger Pride Patrol” surprised teachers and students recently with grants awarded for educational efforts.
Joe Baker photos KCISD Education Foundation representative D’Ann Williams presents a check at Roger E. Sides Elementary School for $3,000 that will be used for for books to foster reading at home. The grant will allow 450 students to earn and keep to take home. The Karnes City ISD Education Foundation’s “Badger Pride Patrol” surprised teachers and students recently with grants awarded for educational efforts.
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Elementary school students, contributors and foundation representatives gather for a group photo.
Elementary school students, contributors and foundation representatives gather for a group photo.
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A check for $2,549 is presented to David Purser’s physics class at Karnes City High School. The funds will be used for an astrophysics curriculum and equipment. The grant will allow for curriculum, Scientific Famous Star and Planet Locator and a scientific calculator for each studentl.
A check for $2,549 is presented to David Purser’s physics class at Karnes City High School. The funds will be used for an astrophysics curriculum and equipment. The grant will allow for curriculum, Scientific Famous Star and Planet Locator and a scientific calculator for each studentl.
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Joe Baker photos

KCISD Education Foundation representative D’Ann Williams presents a check at Roger E. Sides Elementary School for $3,000 that will be used for for books to foster reading at home. The grant will allow 450 students to earn and keep to take home. The Karnes City ISD Education Foundation’s “Badger Pride Patrol” surprised teachers and students recently with grants awarded for educational efforts.
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