Eminence Schools a-buzz after grant news

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By Tammy Shaw

Eminence Independent Schools won a grant from Whole Kids Foundation recently to install a honey bee pod at the school.

EIS Superintendent Buddy Berry applied for the grant, which was awarded and announced at the December school board meeting.

The bee housing will stay in the hallway between the old and new buildings, Berry said.

The grant–over $1,500–will pay for honey bees, educational resources, curriculum and equipment necessary for an observational hive with clear glass and a tube that leads to bee-friendly plants outside. 

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