Salem parent's efforts lead to grant for outdoor classroom
Kevin Giles, the parent of twin second-graders at the school, donated more than 40 hours of volunteer time to the school over the past year.
The school will also be able to use some of the resources from its current renovation to make the outdoor classroom a reality, according to principal Anna Parrill.
The project’s construction manager owes the school some site work and has agreed to prepare and level off the site for the classroom.
The $1,000 donation will likely pay for the granite slabs for benches for the classroom, which will also include a podium and Pea Stone for seating.
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