Some funding assistance will open up new possibilities for Mid-Prairie High School students. The district recently received a $2,000 mini grant from the Washington County Riverboat Foundation. According to Superintendent Mark Schneider, that money will be used to purchase video and audio editing software and hardware for one of their computer labs. Students will be able to use the programs for classroom projects during the upcoming school year. Classes at Mid-Prairie start August 20th.
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