Grant funds to assist library


Roseboro Salemburg Middle School has announced that the school’s librarian, Catina Iverson, received an Operation Round Up grant worth $5,000 sponsored by South River EMC. The grant money will be used to purchase nonfiction books to support curriculum based learning, promote literacy, increase inquiry based learning and global awareness by providing students insight on various cultural perspectives that impact the world they live in.


Roseboro Salemburg Middle School has announced that the school’s librarian, Catina Iverson, received an Operation Round Up grant worth $5,000 sponsored by South River EMC. The grant money will be used to purchase nonfiction books to support curriculum based learning, promote literacy, increase inquiry based learning and global awareness by providing students insight on various cultural perspectives that impact the world they live in.

Roseboro Salemburg Middle School has announced that the school’s librarian, Catina Iverson, received an Operation Round Up grant worth $5,000 sponsored by South River EMC. The grant money will be used to purchase nonfiction books to support curriculum based learning, promote literacy, increase inquiry based learning and global awareness by providing students insight on various cultural perspectives that impact the world they live in.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_OperationRoundUp-1.jpgRoseboro Salemburg Middle School has announced that the school’s librarian, Catina Iverson, received an Operation Round Up grant worth $5,000 sponsored by South River EMC. The grant money will be used to purchase nonfiction books to support curriculum based learning, promote literacy, increase inquiry based learning and global awareness by providing students insight on various cultural perspectives that impact the world they live in.
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