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St. Catherine of Siena Raises More than $10,000 for Water Walk
Blessed Sacrament Elementary School Receives $45,000 Indigo Literacy Fund Grant
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Elementary School is a proud recipient of a $45,000 Indigo Love of Reading Foundation Literacy Fund grant, one of just 30 schools to receive a 2018 this year. The Foundation aims to give children from high-needs elementary schools access to books to help them develop a love of reading and build their literacy skills. Over the past 14 years, they have committed $28 million to more than 3,000 schools. “We were surprised and thrilled to be selected,” said Michelle Kennedy, principal at Blessed Sacrament. “It was a whole community effort to complete the application process and I’m thrilled our school families will be able to benefit from this generous grant.” Blessed Sacrament will be able transform their school library and increase its book collection with more than 4,000 new books. A special school assembly was held on May 25 for the surprise announcement.

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