Gravette teachers recognized, donation made for special education

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/SUSAN HOLLAND Gravette teachers Neka Lunderquist (left) and Stacy Bingham receive a check from Alan Rutledge, board president of Autism Involves Me, and Paula Towle, AIM executive director. The $750 AIM2EDUCATE Grant check will be used to purchase sensory equipment for their classrooms.

Westside Eagle Observer/SUSAN HOLLAND Gravette teachers Neka Lunderquist (left) and Stacy Bingham receive a check from Alan Rutledge, board president of Autism Involves Me, and Paula Towle, AIM executive director. The $750 AIM2EDUCATE Grant check will be used to purchase sensory equipment for their classrooms.

GRAVETTE -- Alan Rutledge, president of the board of Autism Involves Me (AIM), and Paula Towle, AIM executive director, were present at the Feb. 19 meeting of the Gravette School Board to recognize Gravette teachers Neka Lundquist and Stacy Bingham for taking the initiative to reach out and request funds that will benefit students with special needs in their school.


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