Local teachers accept warn appropriation for propagandize supplies

October 28, 2017 - School Supplies


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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – Local teachers during Charles H. Castle Elementary School will be removing a warn when they accept mechanism kits and other most indispensable propagandize supplies. 

The teachers are set to get this warn today, Friday Oct 27, 2017  during 9:30 a.m. during a school’s grand open residence eventuality for a new engineering lab.

During a warn students will also be rising their rocket experiments, that they finished during class. 

In sequence to rise a engineering lab, Chevron donated $80,000 final year. Teachers will be training about Chevron’s skeleton to account all of Castle Elementary’s clergyman classroom projects.

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