WTVY News 4 is continuing to follow the Dothan Education Foundation Prize Patrol this week.
They are awarding grants to teachers for special projects.
A $1,200 grant was awarded to Rhonda Hart at Selma Street Elementary School for her school wide Be At Your Best Program.
It's a character education program using music as the foundation.
Karla Good and Ashley McGhee got a $500 grant at Selma Street for a take home ready library for kindergarteners.
It includes individual tote bags to encourage youngsters to take their reading home.
And, Amy Braswell at Cloverdale Elementary gets a $500 grant for parent pouches. These are bags with a storybook, a puppet and other activities for children to take home to parents for work together.
Our congratulations to these education foundation prize patrol recipients.
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