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Organization grants wishes for middle school teachers

Trib Photo/Sue Tone<br>
Kimberly Glenn hangs on to her $750 grant award from FATES that she will use to obtain training in Where Everyone Belongs, a sixth grade transition program she will implement next year at GHMS. FATES Director Kym Lopez, left, visits the sixth grade classroom of Sue Folger and Kelli Jones, right, to present them with a check for a $500 FATES mini-grant. The teachers will use the money to develop study skills curriculum for next year’s GHMS sixth graders.

Trib Photo/Sue Tone<br> Kimberly Glenn hangs on to her $750 grant award from FATES that she will use to obtain training in Where Everyone Belongs, a sixth grade transition program she will implement next year at GHMS. FATES Director Kym Lopez, left, visits the sixth grade classroom of Sue Folger and Kelli Jones, right, to present them with a check for a $500 FATES mini-grant. The teachers will use the money to develop study skills curriculum for next year’s GHMS sixth graders.

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