Henry County Community Foundation Grant
The BRV Yearbook class has received a $1,300 grant from the Henry County Community Foundation to purchase two new cameras and sim cards for its annual yearbook publication. Sonya Paul, the yearbook advisor says, “This grant will go a long way to sustain the professionalism of the program, allowing students to capture the memories and moments that make for a wonderful school year. We are truly grateful for the Henry County Community Foundation and their board of directors.” Principal Adam Perdue and Superintendent Eric Creviston approved of the final draft mailed to the foundation. The title of the proposal is “Picture Perfect.”
The Board of Directors of the Foundation approved the Picture Perfect proposal on December 13th. The grant proposal was researched, written, and submitted by the Yearbook class in late November, 2016.
The HCCF will publicize the grant at a future date, but students will return to school with new cameras to complete the 2016-2017 yearbook. Yearbooks are still available to purchase for $50 in the school office or see Mrs. Paul in Room 4. The average cost of publication each year is over $5,000. “This publication is a tangible way to keep our community together and preserve a great Viking tradition.
Little Vikings Preschool
Blue River Valley Elementary offers a general education pre-school for any child, age 3-5 years old. The Little Viking's staff works with the special education staff from Blue River Valley for students identified with a disability. For more information on tuition, special education services or registration for the waiting list please contact: Stephanie Morgan, Corporation Secretary
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