Grant received to purchase mobile display

Artwork from high school art classes is displayed next to the senior hallway. Oakwood Arts Bridge has given a $1,500 grant to purchase a mobile display to the high school. “This display system can be used by many different departments and will be a big asset in presenting our students and their work in a professional manner to the school and community,” Leigh Ann Fulford, president of the Oakwood Arts Bridge, said in the email announcing the grant winners.
Oakwood Arts Bridge announced Feb. 1 it will fund a new mobile display to showcase student work and information.The Bridge hopes the display will be used to showcase student artwork in the upcoming art show April 14, information about the actors during the spring musical, and also be used by the band, orchestra, and chorus for their shows as well.

“This display system can be used by many different departments and will be a big asset in presenting our students and their work in a professional manner to the school and community,” Leigh Ann Fulford, president of the Oakwood Arts Bridge, said in the email announcing the grant winners.

The Bridge received four other applications, but could only chose one because the Bridge only has $1,500 to spend this year.

The grant review committee included Kimbe Lange, Paul Waller, Dan Weckstein, Joan Fisk, Jeanne Keffer, Sara Swift, and Fulford.

“We encourage the three remaining submitters to send their applications to the Oakwood Schools Education Foundation for its consideration during its Spring Grants campaign,” Fulford said.

Submissions may be resubmitted to the Oakwood Schools Education Foundation during the spring with no changes because the applications are so similar. Plans are in place to streamline the Bridge’s grant application with the OSEF and PTO applications for grants.

-By Lee McClory

mcclory.lee@oakwoodschools.org

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