Noble schools get grants from Bosch

August 3rd, 2016

By The Journal Gazette 

The Bosch Community Fund recently awarded more than $50,000 in grants to Central Noble Schools, East Noble Schools and West Noble Schools in Noble County.

The grants will increase students’ access to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and environmental sustainability programs and activities.

“I’ve seen firsthand the positive impact Bosch Community Fund grants have on the children in our schools,” said Michael Sagan, plant manager at Bosch’s Albion facility. “During visits to several schools, the students demonstrated projects they’ve created thanks to support from the Fund’s grants. It was wonderful to see how excited, proud and knowledgeable they were about their projects.”

East Noble Schools superintendent Ann Linson said that because of the grants, “East Noble students have the opportunity to engage in science and technology lessons that stretch students’ critical thinking and stimulates natural curiosity and innovation.… Our teachers truly appreciate Bosch’s support of education and Noble County youth.”

Since 2012, the Bosch Community Fund has provided $204,698 in grants to organizations in the Albion community.