Warren County’s Lighthouse Academy uses one of the most progressive computer-based curriculums in the state, but it's expensive to maintain.
Thanks to the Hometown Partners, WBKO, Leachman Buick GMC, and Greenview Regional Hospital, the financial burden has been eased.
Teacher Angela Lawlor was this week's recipient of "One Class at a Time." She says $250 will go a long way.
"When we order from other suppliers, it’s very expensive and we can take this money and go to Wal-Mart and purchase a lot of things for our students."
There are only two weeks left for "One Class at a Time." If you would like to nominate a teacher, click on "Helping Your Hometown."
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