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West teacher earns capital grant

Friday, January 25, 2013

West Elementary School teacher Travis Willoughby, shown here with Principal Sherri Ybarra and the students of his class, recently received a $750 Capital Educators grant.
Looking at improving his ability to educate his students, a teacher from West Elementary School received hundreds of dollars in financial support through a state-level foundation.

Travis Willoughby, who marked his fourth year as a teacher at the local school, was one of several instructors across the state that earned grants from the Idaho Capital Educators Federal Credit Union Foundation.

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Congratulations...Wonder what formula the credit union uses to reward superior performance that the Luna-tics can't seem to work out.

-- Posted by junkyard dog on Mon, Jan 28, 2013, at 4:22 PM

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