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Donation Accepted for Seaford Harbor School Playground

A $58,804 check presented at Thursday night's Board of Education meeting to be utilized for new kindergarten playground at elementary school.

The Seaford Board of Education accepted a donation during its Thursday night meeting that will be utilized for a new kindergarten playground at .

A $58,804 check was presented by Lisa Garcia, co-president of Seaford Harbor PTA, to Superintendent Brian Conboy. The donation included funds raised by the Seaford Harbor School PTA as well as a that was awarded by the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation to be used toward the new playground. Seaford Harbor School parent Melanie Schnaier spearheaded the grant application process with Lowe’s. 

“I think it’s really terrific you pulled this off,” said Board of Education President Brian Fagan in thanking the Seaford Harbor School PTA for their donation,

The new playground will be designed for kindergarten and first grade students who have various learning styles. The Seaford Harbor School has been without a kindergarten playground the last year when the old one that featured wooden structures needed to be removed due to safety concerns.

Construction of the new Seaford Harbor School playground is expected to begin early in the summer and be ready for when students return to classes in September.


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Emily Brandi June 22, 2012 at 10:22 AM
Congratulations to the hard working parents at the Harbor. That was a huge accomplishment in a short period of time. We are blessed to have them and their dedication to the kids at the Harbor. Thank you for all your hard work, many years of children will enjoy the new playground.
Kerry Wolfson June 22, 2012 at 10:49 AM
Awesome!! The Seaford Harbor students and community will enjoy the new playground, great work!


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