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SJ Schools Foundation raises $23K through business partnership program

Leo Club President Jacklyn Justiniano (left) and Treasurer Sam Stewart (right) present a check for support of Friday Harbor High School art program to San Juan Public Schools Foundation President Nancy Young.  - Contributed photo/Schools Foundation
Leo Club President Jacklyn Justiniano (left) and Treasurer Sam Stewart (right) present a check for support of Friday Harbor High School art program to San Juan Public Schools Foundation President Nancy Young.
— image credit: Contributed photo/Schools Foundation

San Juan Public Schools Foundation raised $23,525 this year through its Business Partnership program.

Participating businesses are listed in the School Directory, also known as the "thin blue phonebook", and on posters in each school. As in the past, 100 percent of donations generated by the Business Partnership program go directly to support curriculum improvements in San Juan's public schools.

"Whenever the business community and the San Juan Public School Foundation partner together it is a win-win situation for our schools," Foundation President Nancy Young said.

Young encourages islanders to thank participating businesses for their support of San Juan's award-winning public schools.

 

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