Muldrow Middle School recently received a $5,000 grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. The school was one of 300 institutions across 36 states selected to benefit from this grant.
The funds received will be utilized to update and expand the Muldrow Middle School library, providing students with enhanced resources for their education.
This grant will significantly contribute to making more educational materials available to students.
“This grant is exciting and will provide much-needed books to our library, and give students the chance to read new titles also,” said a parent of a Muldrow Middle School student, who expressed excitement.
The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries, established in 2001 by former First Lady Laura Bush, aims to support school libraries by providing grants.
These grants help schools enhance, diversify, and modernize their collections, ensuring that children across the country have access to high-quality educational materials.