Indian Knoll Elementary School earned two Sawnee EMC “Bright Ideas” grants. Media specialist Jennifer Lewis and technology lab teacher Marissa Williams were awarded $2,000 to purchase non-fiction books for the media center and a Botley Coding Robot Activity Set for the lab. “We are thrilled to partner with Sawnee and recognize they are making a meaningful impact on our students through this grant opportunity,” Principal Kim Cerasoli said.

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