Frontier donates to Martin Primary School

Frontier donates to Martin Primary School

Posted: Friday, February 4, 2011 12:02 am

Frontier donates to Martin Primary School | Frontier Communications donates to Martin Primary School

CHIPPING IN – On hand for Frontier’s donation to the Martin Primary School were (from left) Amy Tuck MPS Advisory Board President; Christy Bell, MPS Vice Principal and Librarian; David Sudberry, Local Manager of Frontier Communications; Athelia Donald

CHIPPING IN – On hand for Frontier’s donation to the Martin Primary School were (from left) Amy Tuck MPS Advisory Board President; Christy Bell, MPS Vice Principal and Librarian; David Sudberry, Local Manager of Frontier Communications; Athelia Donaldson, MPS Principal and LeaAnn Crowe, MPS Advisory Board Secretary and Teacher. 

David Sudberry of Frontier Communications visited Martin Primary School recently to present the Martin Primary School Advisory Board with a $1,000 check.  

This donation was presented  to the advisory board’s latest project which is to provide new flooring for the school’s library. 

The Martin Primary School’s Advisory Board was formed to ensure that parents, teachers, administrators, business personnel and other community members remain actively involved in the planning and implementation of the educational process of Weakley County students. 

Board members meet and determine areas needing improvement within the school facility and then work to correct the problems thereby improving the overall educational experience for the students. 

 Board president Amy Tuck stated, “On behalf on the MPS Advisory Board, I would like to thank David Sudberry and Frontier Communications for their generous donation to our flooring project. 

“We sincerely appreciate their commitment to the community and to Martin Primary School.” To make a donation to the MPS library flooring project, send contributions to: Martin Primary School Advisory Board c/o Martin Primary School, 215 College Street, Martin, TN  38237. 

“Frontier challenges other businesses in the Martin to step up and help this worthy project” said Local Manager David Sudberry of Frontier Communications. 

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