Bank looks to give back

Monday, September 12, 2016

The Fremont Public School District recently received a $10,000 community development grant from First National Bank Fremont enabling it to continue providing invaluable services to students at all seven elementary schools, Johnson Crossing Academic Center and Fremont Middle School through after-school programs and summer learning programs.

In 2013, the FPS District was the recipient of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant, a five-year program providing students at Grant, Washington and Linden Elementary School, and students living within the geographic boundaries of the schools, viable, safe after-school and summer opportunities.

Currently, the district is in the fourth year of the program, and thanks to an additional $512,250 in 21st Century Community Learning Centers funds received in April, all seven elementary schools, JCAC and FMS can participate in the programs.

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Category: Community