G2S, the charter school being created in Scottville, has state funding to help its startup phase, which helps, but there is still $1.5 million needed from the community to open the school.
All of the funding is important, school officials say.
The $1.5 million from the community, plus a $1 million gift from the Pennies from Heaven Foundation will be used to retrofit the building for a September 2016 opening, to meet state standards and provide the environment local community leaders have determined is best for students, said Interim Superintendent/Principal Jamie Bandstra. ...
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