The launch party for the Catalyst Fund educational foundation on Thursday at the Polsinelli Law Offices on the Plaza drew many supporters. Superintendent Steve Green talked with members of Lincoln’s Preparartory Academy FIRST Robotics team, including sophomore Melina Richardson, as they showed off wooden robotic prototypes. Visitors also saw Carver Dual Language Elementary School students touting their school in English and Spanish and Paseo Academy jazz band performers, among other demonstrations.
The launch party for the Catalyst Fund educational foundation on Thursday at the Polsinelli Law Offices on the Plaza drew many supporters. Superintendent Steve Green talked with members of Lincoln’s Preparartory Academy FIRST Robotics team, including sophomore Melina Richardson, as they showed off wooden robotic prototypes. Visitors also saw Carver Dual Language Elementary School students touting their school in English and Spanish and Paseo Academy jazz band performers, among other demonstrations. KCPS Office of Public Relations/Marketing
The launch party for the Catalyst Fund educational foundation on Thursday at the Polsinelli Law Offices on the Plaza drew many supporters. Superintendent Steve Green talked with members of Lincoln’s Preparartory Academy FIRST Robotics team, including sophomore Melina Richardson, as they showed off wooden robotic prototypes. Visitors also saw Carver Dual Language Elementary School students touting their school in English and Spanish and Paseo Academy jazz band performers, among other demonstrations. KCPS Office of Public Relations/Marketing

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October 14, 2014 05:09 PM