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For Immediate Release: May 7, 2019

Marshall County Legislators provide funding Boaz City Schools

Marshall County legislators recently made donation to Boaz City Schools totaling $19,000 to got toward needed improvements across the system.

Sen. Clay Scofield, R-Red Hill, and Rep. Kerry Rich, R-Albertville, met with school officials on Monday to present a variety of checks to Boaz that will help purchase much-needed items and upgrades. The legislators first donated $5,000 for school safety enhancements.

“Protecting our students and giving them a safe environment to learn in is important for their future and the future of our workforce,” Scofield said.

But, then they followed that donation up with $500 to each of the five schools’ libraries ($2,500), an additional $3,000 to the Boaz Middle School Library, $1,000 to the Boaz Middle School Volleyball program, $2,000 to the Boaz High School Track program, $500 to the Boaz Intermediate Gifted STEM program and $5,000 to the Boaz Future Farmers of America (FFA) program.

““Workforce is vitally important to Marshall County and the State of Alabama,” Scofield said. “We need to do more to encourage students and educate them on career options.”

Boaz Superintendent Dr. Shannon Stanley was thrilled to receive the funds and was thankful for both representatives’ continued work for Boaz and all of Marshall County.


For More Information Contact: Marshall County Legislative Office, 256-582-0619


For More Information Visit This Website: Senator Scofield and Representative Rich provide for Boaz School Programs


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