Echo Glen teacher gets mini-grant

The East-King unit of the Washington State School Retirees’ Association recently presented five mini-grants totaling $1,822 to educators on the Eastside.

Cougar Ridge Elementary’s art specialist, Cynthia Moring, an art specialist at Cougar Ridge Elementary in Issaquah, received funds to purchase visual art instructional DVDs and videos for Echo Glen Children’s Center. As a volunteer there, Moring recognized a need for resources and was pleased to receive partial funding to begin the process of filling a void.

The East-King unit of WSSRA meets monthly and welcomes school employees and retired school employees at its meetings.

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