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Spreckels 5th grade class attended BizTown in November 2015. Through donations we are able to make this an annual program for all 5th grade students in the U.C. cluster.“I wanted to extend my deepest thanks for your support and funding for BizTown for our 5th graders at Spreckels. Our students had the great fortune of […]
“The new classroom rug that I received made such a big impact in our classroom! The other rug I had in there for about 12 years. For being 12 years old it was in pretty good shape but it looked very worn. The children’s eyes lit up when they saw the new rug the EdUCate! […]
“My colleagues and I would like to thank you for funding Channel One News for our 3rd grade students at Doyle. This daily news show has supported critical thinking and strengthened listening and speaking skills. Our students look forward to this portion of their day as they learn about what is happening in our world. […]
The microscopes at Standley being used by science department were more than 20 years old, most of them having been broken and repaired from use over time. They were not reliable, and not enough of them worked to be helpful. So the science department asked EdUCate for 36 new microscopes, a full class set, to […]
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EdUCate! is a nonprofit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.