Battle Ground schools receive money for STEM projects

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Battle Ground — CAM Academy, Daybreak Middle School and Tukes Valley Middle School will receive a combined $11,800 in grants from the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for various science, technology, engineering and math projects through First Washington, a nonprofit which looks to inspire kids in science and technology mentor-based programs. CAM Academy will receive two grants totaling $9,200 for the school’s robotics program, while Daybreak and Tukes Valley will each receive a $1,300 grant for First Lego League competitions.