The Courageous Steps Project's Wishlist Initiative recently gave $200 to a classroom teacher in Orono. Suzanne Neville, a 1st grade teacher at the Asa Adams School was able to purchase sensory learning seating & other fidgets for her first graders.
The kids did a great job taking a picture with our founder & executive director Connor Archer, using the fake check.
Looking to apply for a Wishlist grant? Learn more by visiting the Wishlist Initiative page on our website, or email Connor Archer at: email@example.com!
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Last Updated on Saturday September 4th, 2021 at 9:57am
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