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Electronic sign installed at DHS through grant funding

An electronic sign is being installed outside of Danbury High School to tell the community about events happening at the school.  It was paid for by a grant won by students in the Celebrate My Drive campaign.  DHS secured $100,000, some of which must be put toward safe driving initiatives. 

 

Superintendent of Schools Dr Sal Pascarella says the marquee is a great addition to the school.  They hoped to have it by graduation, but some city approvals were needed.

 

The students decided to put the money toward many projects, doing a lot of infrastructure work and earmarking other dollars for programs.  The students also paid for benches to be installed outside the school among other projects.  There is funding set aside for other beautification work as well.

 

Danbury High School is registered for this year's Celebrate My Drive contest, slated for mid-October.  In addition to grant money, schools are competing for a concert by The Band Perry.

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