Junior League of Tuscaloosa donates $15K to Holt Elem. - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

Junior League of Tuscaloosa donates $15K to Holt Elem.

The Junior League of Tuscaloosa, a women's civic organization, donated $15,000 to Holt Elementary. Source: WBRC video The Junior League of Tuscaloosa, a women's civic organization, donated $15,000 to Holt Elementary. Source: WBRC video
The money will be used to buy eight Promethean boards for classrooms. Source: WBRC video The money will be used to buy eight Promethean boards for classrooms. Source: WBRC video
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

A Tuscaloosa women's civic organization cut a big check to a Tuscaloosa County school in need. The Junior League of Tuscaloosa donated $15,000 to Holt Elementary on Monday.

A total of $10,000 was raised through fundraising and $5,000 was given by the Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors.

The money will be used to purchase eight Promethean boards for teachers to use for classroom instruction.

"It is very important for us to have these boards to us because it enhances the teaching and learning experience in the classroom," Niccole Poole, president of the Junior League, said.

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