Northwood Arts and Science Academy's library wrapped up its academic year by securing its fifth grant since reopening in November 2013.
The grants were used to provide students with books about people from a variety of cultures and ethnicities. Ultimately, the fifth grant brings its total awards to more than $30,000. Most books Northwood received from the grant are all hardbacks and from award-winning authors. Read the Entire Article
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