Feb 25, 2010 4:31 PM by Monica Quintero
Students at Righetti High School now have the materials to work on a project for a local business. Karen McConell teaches a Communications Technology class at Righetti High School and was awarded a $250 check. The award was a joint effort with KSBY and Century-21 Hometown realtor, Eddie Stanfield, to help local classrooms.
Mrs. McConell said she was approached to make a brochure for a business. This money allows her to purchase textbooks so students can do that project professionally. McConell said, "I think that it's going to mean a lot to these kids to realize what they're learning in the classroom can be used out there in the real world."
To get an application for your class just visit the Hot Spot on ksby.com and click on Your Family.
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Thank you! KSBY.com
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