McCraw Oil Company and Kwik Chek Food Stores, Inc. awarded $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grants to three MFISD elementary campuses last week during check presentation ceremonies at each campus. Colt Elementary, Marble Falls Elementary, and Spicewood Elementary schools were recognized.
Gail Huffman, Sonya Smith and the Spicewood Student Council display grant check
The ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program is designed to provide Exxon retailers like Kwik Chek Food Stores with an opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools.
“We are proud to be part of this program which provides outstanding educational opportunities to the young people of our community,” stated Kevin Smartt. “As owners of Kwik Chek/McCraw Oil, Kevin Smartt and Doyce Taylor, are committed to giving back to the community which supports their Kwik Chek/McCraw Oil business.”
This is the 13th consecutive year Kwik Chek has awarded the Alliance Grants in Marble Falls to enhance math and science education.
“We appreciate the area companies that support our students,” said Keith Powell, Principal of Colt Elementary School. “Kwik Chek’s leadership in being good community neighbors will allow us to provide hands-on math and science learning materials and supplies to enhance the learning activities in our classrooms.”
Principal Michael Haley and students show off MFE’s grant check
Principal, Keith Powell, with Colt Elementary representatives and Kwik Chek award
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