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North & South Carolina Teachers: Progress Energy to fund up to $75,000 in hands-on energy education projects this year!

Welcome back to school Carolina teachers! This year, Progress Energy will fund up to $75,000 in energy-related project requests in the Carolinas. See sticky notes below for ideas on the types of requests that Progress Energy is interested in funding.
No special action is required to qualify! Simply log into your DonorsChoose.org account and submit one or more project requests for tools that will help your students learn about energy.
Submit your request(s) by November 25th for your best chance at funding.

Teaches in the following counties are eligible for the Progress Energy grant:
North Carolina:Anson Co School DistrictAsheboro City School DistrictAsheville City School DistrictBuncombe Co School DistrictCarteret Co School DistrictChapel Hill-carrboro City SdCumberland Co School DistrictDurham Public School DistrictFranklin Co School DistrictGranville Co School DistrictHarnett Co School DistrictHaywood Co School DistrictJohnston Co School DistrictLee Co School DistrictLenoir Co School DistrictMadison Co School DistrictMitchell Co School DistrictMontgomery Co School DistrictMoore Co School DistrictNew Hanover Co School DistrictOnslow Co School DistrictOrange Co School DistrictPamlico Co School DistrictPender Co School DistrictPerson Co School DistrictRandolph Co School DistrictRichmond Co School DistrictRobeson Co Public School DistSampson Co School DistrictScotland Co School DistrictVance Co School DistrictWake Co School DistrictWarren Co School DistrictWayne Co Public School DistYancey Co School District
South Carolina:Chesterfield Co School DistDarlington Co School DistrictFlorence School District 1Florence School District 2Florence School District 3Florence School District 5Florence 4 – TimmonsvilleMarion School District 1Marion School District 2Marion School District 7Sumter School District 17Sumter School District 2

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