Student awarded grant


Last year as a junior at Logan High School, library science student Corey France researched and wrote a grant for the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. As a result of France’s dedication to building the library for his school, LHS was awarded a grant for $3,500 for this school year. “This is a major monetary award, especially noteworthy that a student is the one who pursued this task and succeeded,” Deidra Mahon, LHS library science teacher, said. LHS was one of only two high schools in West Virginia to receive the grant for 2015. Pictured, France sits amid approximately half of the books purchased for the LHS library using the DGLF grant money.


Last year as a junior at Logan High School, library science student Corey France researched and wrote a grant for the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. As a result of France’s dedication to building the library for his school, LHS was awarded a grant for $3,500 for this school year. “This is a major monetary award, especially noteworthy that a student is the one who pursued this task and succeeded,” Deidra Mahon, LHS library science teacher, said. LHS was one of only two high schools in West Virginia to receive the grant for 2015. Pictured, France sits amid approximately half of the books purchased for the LHS library using the DGLF grant money.

Last year as a junior at Logan High School, library science student Corey France researched and wrote a grant for the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. As a result of France’s dedication to building the library for his school, LHS was awarded a grant for $3,500 for this school year. “This is a major monetary award, especially noteworthy that a student is the one who pursued this task and succeeded,” Deidra Mahon, LHS library science teacher, said. LHS was one of only two high schools in West Virginia to receive the grant for 2015. Pictured, France sits amid approximately half of the books purchased for the LHS library using the DGLF grant money.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Corey-with-his-grant-stash-CMYK1.jpgLast year as a junior at Logan High School, library science student Corey France researched and wrote a grant for the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. As a result of France’s dedication to building the library for his school, LHS was awarded a grant for $3,500 for this school year. “This is a major monetary award, especially noteworthy that a student is the one who pursued this task and succeeded,” Deidra Mahon, LHS library science teacher, said. LHS was one of only two high schools in West Virginia to receive the grant for 2015. Pictured, France sits amid approximately half of the books purchased for the LHS library using the DGLF grant money.
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