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Inga Cashon of North Tattnall Middle School Awarded PAGE Educator Grant
Inga Cashon
Inga Cashon of NTMS received the PAGE Educator Grant.

Inga Cashon at North Tattnall Middle School of the Tattnall County School District has received a 2022 Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Educator Grant. 

With these funds, Cashon  purchased KEVA Planks for her Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) classes. Students are able to use the KEVA Planks for many structural designs and projects.

The PAGE Educator Grant program, now in its third year, has provided more than $275,000 to hundreds of educators throughout Georgia, enabling recipients to purchase supplies and materials for classrooms, students, and professional development.

“PAGE is honored to support instruction and learning in Georgia’s schools through the educator grants to our members across the state,” Executive Director Craig Harper said. “These additional resources contribute to all areas of student needs, from academics to the arts to health and well-being. The grant applications, more than 1,150 this year alone, demonstrate the deep commitment Georgia educators have to enhancing school and classroom experiences for their students.”

To learn more about PAGE and its vital mission of support to Georgia’s educators and students, visit their website here.

KEVA Planks for PAGE Grant NTMS
NTMS students Autumn Jarriel, Violet Claire Shuman and Ansley Durrence with the KEVA Planks.