TEXAS TRUST GIVES $80,000 IN GRANTS TO NORTH TEXAS SCHOOL EDUCATORS
Midlothian High School was one of several schools receiving a Texas Trust Credit Union grant, through its Texas Trust Gives Foundation.
The “grant patrol” of the foundation surprised educators and delivered funds to various school districts in North Texas. Educators received grants ranging from $6,500 to $13,500.
The foundation offers three-yearly grants to school districts and education foundations in markets where Texas Trust Credit union has branches. Since the inception of the Texas Trust Gives Foundation in 2019, it has awarded more than $221,000 in grants that enrich student learning.
Midlothian HS received $6,500 to purchase a state-of-the-art Geriatric Simulation Mannequin. This advanced tool will give students the ability to learn and perform bedside care and advanced nursing skills through experiential learning. This will equip them for healthcare roles supporting senior patients.
Other public school education foundations receiving grants this cycle were Arlington, Cedar Hill, Grand Prairie, HEB, Irving, Lewisville and Mansfield.