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ExxonMobil awards $4,500 in grants to MISD schools

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Submitted photo: Pictured Left to Right are Principals Courtney Carpenter, Cherie Wagoner, Beth Van Amburgh, Karen Childers, Victron Vice President Walid Alameddine, Kelly Madden, Dee Arterburn, Brian Blackwell, Deputy Superintendent Robin Bullock and Ass Submitted photo: Pictured Left to Right are Principals Courtney Carpenter, Cherie Wagoner, Beth Van Amburgh, Karen Childers, Victron Vice President Walid Alameddine, Kelly Madden, Dee Arterburn, Brian Blackwell, Deputy Superintendent Robin Bullock and Ass

MIDLOTHIAN - ExxonMobil, in partnership with Victron Energy, Inc., awarded a total of $4,500 in grants to Midlothian Independent School District schools.   

Walid Alameddine, Vice President of Victron, worked with Midlothian school officials to secure nine $500 grants to help support and enhance learning opportunities for students in the math and science subject areas. “I’m honored to help out during a time when budgets for our schools do not always provide for some of the most critical needs,” said Alameddine.

ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grants are awarded on a first-come first-served basis. 

This year 4,000 grants at $500 each totaling $2 million will be awarded to schools across the country for specific local programs that are in need of being funded. 


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