HSF Awards $29,000 in Grants

Funds 21 projects for Haldane students

The Haldane School Foundation awarded more than $29,000 in grants to fund 21 projects and programs to benefit students in the Haldane Central School District, including class field trips to Boston, the Liberty Science Center, the Metropolitan Museum, Washington, D.C., Frost Valley, Museum Village and Locust Grove, as well as support for the Hudson Highlands River of Words, a foreign-language immersion program and a third-grade poetry workshop.

The foundation also funded an Aladdin Kids Drama Experience for grades 4 and 5, a percussion ensemble, a recess Garden Club, a high school newspaper project with The Current, fourth-grade Colonial Day, a pre-prom drunken-driving prevention workshop for seniors, an elementary school photography center and poetry readings for kindergarteners.

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