Shoot for the Stars students were in the spotlight as they joined the ceremonial puck drop when Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) took on Yale University at the Houston Field House December 1, 2017. Joao Aladio Quintero dropped the puck for RPI Men's Hockey Captain Victor Liljegren and Yale University Men's Hockey Captain Chase Priskie.
RPI won the game 2-1.
RPI and National Grid Foundation have teamed up for another year of the Shoot for the Stars program. Middle and elementary school students in the Shoot for the Stars program who demonstrated improved school attendance, academic performance, positive behavior and to contribute to the community are invited to an RPI hockey game.
Read more about the Shoot for the Stars program in the latest issue of Destiny.
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P373 Brooklyn Transition Center students show their well-deserved National Grid Foundation Eco Award which was specially created out of recycled material.
Joao Aladio Quintero drops puck for RPI Men's Hockey Captain Victor Liljegren & Yale University Men's Hockey Captain - Chase Priskie
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The National Grid Foundation Eco-Education Award goes to …
P373 Brooklyn Transition Center for their outstanding work to enhance the school’s recycling center.
P 373K Brooklyn Transition Center received a $2,000 micro-grant from Citizens Committee for New York City which was part of a $25,000 National Grid Foundation grant. The students put the funds to good use initiating a school-wide environmental endeavor focusing on improving the school’s recycling program.
The school which educates nearly 400 students ages 13 to 21 with autism, learning disabilities, and mild to moderate developmental disabilities helped to include visual and other to accommodate a variety of learning styles and abilities for students with special needs.
Citizens Committee For New York City website to see how they are helping to change lives in our communities with National Grid Foundation's support.
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