Mountain Youth Charities, a nonprofit whose mission is to enrich the lives of children in southern Jackson County, presented Summit Charter School with a $5,600 grant on Nov. 9 to fund critical instructional equipment including 15 Texas Instrument Nspire Calculators for high school students and two Epson Brightlink Projectors for second- and fifth-grade classrooms.
MYC presented the check in Ms. Grubb’s second grade classroom with Summit students and faculty.
Pictured at the top of article in the back row from left Marcia Shawler, MYC co-founder and president, Vicky Robson, MYC vice president, Virginia Willard, MYC board member and treasurer, Lauren Bennett, Summit high school principal and guidance counselor, Billy Leonard, Summit interim director. Middle row from left are Allison Rodriguez, Mary Ellis Hair, Mia Krueger, Chevis Mathis, Caleb Wade, Bennett Carter, Townsend Dyer. Front row from left are Elier Flores-Jimenez, Hadley Boswell, Bailey Robinson, Madison Pineda, and Grant Cook. Photo courtesy of Summit Charter School.