A delegation from Peconic Bay Medical Center arrived at Southold Elementary School Monday afternoon with a sneaky plan.
The ruse was this: Hospital officials told the school they were conducting a site visit to help them decide among several schools that might win new fitness equipment through PBMC’s sponsorship with Project Fit America. READ
Southold Elementary School is trying to win a $25,000 grant to secure the Project Fit America program for its school. READ
When Cutchogue East Elementary School students go back to school in September, they’ll have new fitness equipment thanks to donations from North Fork businesses and charity groups.
The Greenport School District was recently awarded a grant worth up to $60,000 from Project Fit America, a nonprofit organization that “creates and administers exemplary fitness in education programming in elementary and middle schools,” according to its website.