BELLEVUE, Ky. - Grandview Elementary in Bellevue, Ky. is one of 10 schools statewide that will launch an innovative program aimed at creating quality learning opportunities for young children thanks to a $115,000 grant given by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc.
The grant, presented by the auto manufacturer to United Way of Kentucky during a news conference Tuesday, Sept. 25 in Frankfort, will go toward establishing Toyota bornlearning Academies at Grandview, located at 500 Grandview Ave. , and nine other Kentucky elementary schools, according to a release issued by Toyota. The Toyota bornlearning Academies® will help teach parents and caregivers of children from prenatal to 5 years old how to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities.
The other grant recipients are Hiseville Elementary in Glasgow; Crabbe Elementary in Ashland; Burgin Elementary in Burgin; May Valley Elementary in Prestonsburg; East Calloway Elementary in Murray; H.W. Wilkey Elementary in Leitchfield; Berea Elementary in Berea; Farley Elementary in Paducah; and Boston Elementary in New Haven.