CLOSE

CLEVELAND – The KeyBank Foundation donated $700,000 to the Cleveland Metropolitan School District during a STEM school partnership announcement Tuesday morning.

The joint venture is viewed by CMSD as a vote of confidence not only in Cleveland schools, but for the students who will take part in this new and innovative curriculum that’s designed to increase their chances of attending college and leaving with a diploma.

The announcement took place at 10:30 a.m. at the Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham PREK-8 School in Cleveland. Hannah Gibbons-Nottingham School is one of six designated STEM schools in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The other five schools include George Washing Carver, Michael R. White, Mound, Mary B. Martin and Orchard.

Read more: http://www.newsnet5.com/dpp/news/education/cmsd-and-keybank-foundation-team-up-for-stem-student-success#ixzz1eTeTkfNf

Article Courtesy of WEWS NewsChannel 5

Also On Praise Cleveland:
Kierra Sheard Shares Engagement Photos
5 photos