27 Mar. 1991|
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WILLIAMSTOWN - Highmark Foundation has presented $5,000 to Wood County Christian School for its participation in the Creating a Healthy School Environment Grant Program. The school will use the grant to purchase and install an air purifier in the furnace system to kill germs and reduce school absenteeism. Photo providedFrom left, Wood County Christian School Business Administrator Dan Ellis, Highmark West Virginia President Fred Earley and Wood County Christian School Principal Robert Smith are shown on the occasion of a $5,000 contribution for a healthy schools program.
Highmark West Virginia's President Fred Earley presented the check on behalf of the Foundation. Ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 each, 16 grants were awarded to West Virginia schools serving students in kindergarten through 12th grades for programming in one of four key areas: bullying prevention, child injury prevention, healthy eating and physical activity and physical and environmental health.