Seventeen High Schools Win Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Start-Up Grants for SkillsUSA Chapters

Published: February 03, 2020
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SkillsUSA and Lowe’s Home Improvement have teamed up on a new grant program to support emerging SkillsUSA programs in career and technical education classrooms across the nation. The $100,000 grant from Lowe’s provides 100 eligible chapters with $1,000 worth of educational materials.

Those include: 

Chapter Management

Member Development

Career and Technical Education Classroom

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2020 Chapter Resource Grant Recipients by State

Alabama – Escambia – Brewtown Career Technology Center, Mortimer Jordan High School JEFCOED

California – Amistad High School, Atwater High School, Buhach Colony High School, Coachella Valley High School, Connecting Waters Charter School, Destinations Career Academy @ California Virtual Academies, East San Gabriel Valley ROP, Foshay Learning Center, Garden Grove High School

Hart High School, Healdsburg High School, Maria Carrillo High School, Mendota High School, Merced Scholars Charter School, Montecito High School, Nevada Union High School, North Monterey County High School, Ocean View High School, Orosi High School, Pacific High School, Rowland High School, R.W. Emerson Junior High School, San Marcos High School, Summit Leadership Academy – High Desert, Ukiah High School, Wasco High School, Whittier High School, Yosemite High School

Connecticut – Branford High School

Florida – Amos P. Godby High School, Crestview High School, Jay Elementary School, J-Tech Institute, Richard O Jacobson Technical High School at Seminole

Georgia – Dade Middle School, Marion E. Barnes Career Center, Rome High School, Wheeler County High School

Hawaii – Moanalua High School

Iowa – Grinnell-Newburg School District, Meskwaki Apprenticeship

Illinois – Eureka High School, Gallatin County High School

Louisiana – Career Magnet Center

Massachusetts – Minuteman Technical Institute

Maryland – Topcurl Beauty Academy

Maine – Hancock Grammar School, Lamoine Consolidated School

Michigan – John J. Pershing High School, Kalamazoo RESA

Minnesota – Minnesota Virtual Academy

Montana – Plains High School

North Carolina – Apex High School, Avery County High School, CS Brown STEM High School, Graham High School, Richmond Community College, Roanoke Rapids High School, South Iredell High School

Nebraska – Aurora Public Schools, Cedar Bluffs Public Schools, Conestoga Public Schools, East Butler Public Schools, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School, Wausa Public Schools

New Hampshire – Spark Academy

New Jersey – Burlington City High School

New Mexico – Bond Wilson Technical Center, Centennial High School, Miyamura High School, Ramah High School

Nevada – Pinecrest Academy of Cadence

New York – TST BOCES Career and Tech Center

Ohio – Edwin Joel Brown Middle School, Valley STEM + ME2 Academy

Oklahoma – Geary Middle & High School

Pennsylvania – Roxborough High School

South Carolina – Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Tennessee – Rockvale High School, Whitehaven High School

Texas – Ben Barber Innovation Academy, University of Texas at Dallas, White Oak High School

Utah – Richfield High School

Washington – Secondary Transition, Spanaway Middle School, Stanwood Middle School

Wisconsin – New Berlin Eisenhower High School

West Virginia – Marion County Technical Center

Wyoming – Lincoln Middle School

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