Cape Cod Five Supports Cape Teachers with Educational Mini-Grants

BARNSTABLE – Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank hosted their 18th annual Educational Mini-Grants Awards Reception at Cape Cod Community College’s Tilden Arts Center on Wednesday.

Individual Student DNA Analysis, Cape Cod Brochure, and Sustaining and Protecting Our Local Estuaries were among the recipient projects. On Cape Cod, teachers from 33 schools were awarded grants to fund 62 projects.

“Today, we come together to recognize the creative and innovative projects that you, our educators, have developed to inspire, challenge and empower the young minds in our region,” said Cape Cod Five President and CEO Dorothy Savarese.

All kindergarten through 12th grade public educators from the communities served by Cape Cod Five were invited to the awards reception. Select award-winning teachers set up displays of their project ideas during the reception to contribute to the sharing of ideas among educators.

Since the Educational Mini-Grants program’s inception in 2000, 1,077 grants totaling more than $414,000 have been awarded. Public school teachers from all grade levels on Cape Cod,

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