Central Elementary Teachers Reaps #BestSchoolDay Surprise Project Funding

SEAGOVILLE – Five Central Elementary School teachers had their classroom project requests on the non-profit website DonorsChoose.org “flash funded” as part of the #BestSchoolDay Surprise on March 28.

Ripple, a San Francisco-based technology company, and its executives announced a $29 million donation to fund every classroom project request on the site.

The following projects were fully funded. Please click on the project name for more details.

Robots, Knex, and Pre K Engineers: Mrs. Peters 1st Grade Class – $1,167

Learning To Code The Pre-K Way In The Twenty-First Century: Mrs. Macias PreK-2 – $1,347

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Our Learning is Looking Real in PreK!: Mrs. Rutledge PreK-2 – $751

Organization is the key to Success: Mrs. M PreK-2 – $418

Building and Making: Mrs. C PreK-2 – $560

DonorsChoose.org has helped local elementary schools get 127 projects fully funded since 2006 with the following breakdown:

Central Elementary: 112
Seagoville North Elementary: 8
Seagoville Elemenetary: 7

Source: DonorsChoose.org