Huntland School receives donation from ATA

The Huntland School Pre-K department recently received a $100 donation from the Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) Employee and Community Activities Committee (E&CAC) for the Hatch iStartSmart App. With iStartSmart, students can engage in activities that develop readiness skills, teachers can access individual progress reports and parents can view progress in 18 skills areas. Pre-K Teacher Carlene Tucker (center) and Principal William Bishop II (left) accept the donation check from ATA E&CAC committee member Andrea Stephens. (Photo by J.C. Stephens)

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