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Published on September 22nd, 2014 | by Millennium Magazine Staff

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Lexington One teachers receive Michelin Golden Apple grants for special projects

Pictured above; Michelin Lexington Site Business Unit Leader Cleve Johnson congratulates recipients of the Fall 2014 Michelin Golden Apple Teacher Grants.

LEXINGTON, S.C. — At the September Lexington County School District One Board of Trustees meeting, a representative from Michelin North America Lexington Site and the Lexington One Educational Foundation presented the 2014 Fall Michelin Golden Apple Teacher Grants.

Michelin funded 10 grants totaling $2,500 and impacting more than 1,000 students.

The most recent recipients include: Carolina Springs Middle’s Nichole Criminger and Sarah Hodson for “Blending It All Together,” Deerfield Elementary’s Michelle Kyzer for “Magazines Make Meaningful Connections,” Deerfield Elementary’s Elizabeth Tester for “Fostering Supportive Relationships,” Lexington Elementary’s Rebecca Spires for “Amazing Glaze,” Meadow Glen Elementary’s Amanda Flenniken and Amanda Young for “Scribble Scrabble,” Pelion High’s Robert Zeigler for “Button Business,” Red Bank Elementary’s Amber Laurita for “Bee Bots,” Red Bank Elementary’s John Paul Sellars for “Make Your Mark,” River Bluff High’s Meg Huggins for “Center for Law and Global Policy,” and White Knoll Middle’s Tiffany Shull for “Having Fun While Learning Math.”

Twice each school year, Lexington One Educational Foundation and the Michelin North America Inc. Lexington Manufacturing Site award Michelin Golden Apple Teacher Grants.

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