Abington Heights Educational Improvement Organization (AEIO) has received a $62,000 donation from The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains through funding provided by Peoples Neighborhood Bank.
The funds will be used to supplement and enhance the educational environment and programs within the Abington Heights School District. AEIO brings together ideas, people and resources to support innovative educational programs outside the regular school curriculum.
Popular Abington Heights School District programs supported by the AEIO grants are: FIRST Robotics, Greenhouse, Music Technology Lab, Weather Bug, Drama Society, Arts Alliance, Odyssey of the Mind, TV Studies Project, Summer Arts Alive, Earth Camp, Lithium Project & Science Olympiad, Aquaponics/Aquaculture, The Gathering and the Kuiper Award for Teaching Excellence.
To learn more about AEIO, visit www.aeioandyou.org.
L to R: AEIO Board Members Barry Kaplan and Michele Tierney;
AEIO President Trudy Montella;
Abington Heights Superintendent of Schools Michael Mahon;
Peoples Neighborhood Bank President Alan Dakey;
The Community Foundation of the Endless Mountains President Peter Quigg;
AEIO Development Chairperson Margaret McNulty;
AEIO Program Committee Chairperson Diane Hepford Lenahan;
AEIO Treasurer Scott Thorpe.