Two Immaculate High School teachers have received art grants from Foundations in Education, a non-profit initiative that supports Catholic schools in the Diocese of Bridgeport. Leslie Quinn plans to use a $5,700 grant to create a “pop-up” display to exhibit artwork in and out of the school. She says the modular pop-up towers will allow the community to see the work being created by AP Portfolio students, who will also use the 6 towers and 2 screens as a mini gallery to display and talk about their work. Math and engineering teacher Jeanine Antonios will use a $3,000 grant for a 3D printer for two classes and the Engineering Club. Students will be able to build a prototype of their technical drawings.