TOPSHAM GRANGE 37 PRESENTED a technology grant to Lisbon Community School computer teacher Laurie Cincotta on Dec. 20, with Grange members Erna Smith and Mert Ricker presenting the award. Members of the Grange have been community partners with the Lisbon School Department since 2007, district grant writer Monica Millhime said. Originally, the grant was dedicated to dictionaries for each third- grade student, Cincotta said. But in the last couple of years, the grant was given to supplement the cost of an animated educational website known as BrainPOP. Pictured, from left, are Cincotta, Smith and Ricker.

TOPSHAM GRANGE 37 PRESENTED a technology grant to Lisbon Community School computer teacher Laurie Cincotta on Dec. 20, with Grange members Erna Smith and Mert Ricker presenting the award. Members of the Grange have been community partners with the Lisbon School Department since 2007, district grant writer Monica Millhime said. Originally, the grant was dedicated to dictionaries for each third- grade student, Cincotta said. But in the last couple of years, the grant was given to supplement the cost of an animated educational website known as BrainPOP. Pictured, from left, are Cincotta, Smith and Ricker.

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