Bryan ISD School Board Learns Of Two Contributions And An Upcoming Fundraiser To The District’s First Ever Joint Project With Habitat For Humanity

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Bryan ISD school board members learn about two financial donations to the district’s first ever partnership with Habitat For Humanity to build a home.

Superintendent Ginger Carrabine announced during the October 17 meeting, a $2,500 dollar contribution from the mayor of Wixon Valley.

Carrabine also announced a matching grant opportunity of up to $45,000 dollars.

And on October 28, BISD’s 16,000 students and nearly 3,000 employees are being asked to donate $1 dollar to wear hats in support of the “”Hats On For Bryan ISD” fundraiser to support the building project.

Click HERE to learn more information about the BISD-Habitat project on the BISD website.

Click below for comments from Ginger Carrabine during the October 17, 2022 Bryan ISD school board meeting.