Caroline County Public Schools has been awarded a $53,460 one-year grant funded by the Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation (VTSF) to continue the LifeSkills Training Program at Caroline Middle School during the 2009-2010 school year for the students in grades 6-8. This is the second grant awarded for the LifeSkills Trainng Program from VTSF, a division of the Virginina Foundation for Healthy Youth.
Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, Rebecca Broaddus, stated “We are pleased that the VTSF has funded our grant request for the upcoming school year. This program teaches valuable strategies and skills that our students can apply in their own lives.”
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