Art teacher gets $3,000 for class

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Madera County Schools Foundation awarded its first Adopt-a-Teacher grant to Jillian Gamble, an art teacher at Minarets High School.

Granville Homes donated $3,000 to the Madera County Schools Foundation to be used in Gamble’s art classes throughout the year.

“Ms. Gamble will have the necessary funds to supplement her classes with essential tools and supplies to create art projects with numerous students throughout the school year,” said Cyndy Dolph, associate superintendent for the Madera County Office of Education and a foundation board member. “Students will have a greater understanding of art and its importance because of the additional resources offered to them.”

“I would like to thank Granville Homes for the very generous donation...,” said Gamble. “It is nice to know that we live in a place where companies like Granville are so supportive of the arts.”...

 

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