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Support from communities means Project GRAD off to successful start

Posted: Tuesday, September 30, 2003

To the scholars, parents and staff of Nanwalek, Nikolaevsk, Ninilchik, Port Graham, Razdolna, Tyonek and Voznesenka schools:

On behalf of the Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula Board of Directors and the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, we would like to congratulate you on your commitment to the implementation of Project GRAD in your communities. The desire for your children's success was evident during each village gathering and the announcement Sept. 3-5. Thank you all for your support to help make the gatherings successful in your communities.

We also send congratulations to the freshman students and their families who have enrolled in the scholarship program and will receive $1,000 a year for up to four years for higher education when they graduate

from high school.

In addition to the scholarship opportunity for this year's freshman (and each successive freshman class), staff too will benefit from added curriculum, the staff support and the added resources in each Project GRAD

school.

For these reasons, on behalf of the board of directors of Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula and the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, again congratulations and thanks for your support on the implementation of Project GRAD in your schools. We look forward to a strong partnership over the next 12-plus years.

Bob Moore, chair

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula Board

Donna Peterson, superintendent

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District



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