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Sidney High School Agriculture Education Program Receives $500 Grant From The Shopko Foundation

The Agriculture Department will use the grant to fund the CASE AGRISCIENCE classes.


August 22, 2018 | View PDF

(L to R) Ag teacher, Ted Fulgham, with Shopko representative, Noemi Orozco-Lopez, and Sidney High School Principal, Brent Sukut.

Sidney, MT –  Sidney High School Agriculture Education Department  is pleased to announce it has received a $500 grant from the Shopko Foundation. These funds will support the CASE AGRISCIENCE program aimed to develop more STEM activities in the Agriculture department. 

The Shopko Foundation granted a check to the Sidney High School Agriculture Department during a check presentation ceremony that took place on Wednesday, August 15 at the Agriculture Education room in Sidney High School. Ted Fulgham was present to receive the check.

The Shopko Foundation believes in providing "the stuff that counts®" and enhancing the lives of neighbors in every community that Shopko serves. The Shopko Foundation supports accredited schools and 501(c)3 organizations with grants that are awarded throughout the year for programs that further the Foundation's purpose of promoting the health and education of Shopko's teammates and customers. 

Sidney High School: The educational mission of Sidney High School is to foster a safe and supportive environment that cultivates excellence in learning through citizenship, self-discipline, motivation, and positive social attitudes. Cooperation among the school, the home, and the community provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful lives and careers.

About the Shopko Foundation: Founded in 2004, the Shopko Foundation is a 501(c)3 corporation operated exclusively for charitable purposes. To maximize its impact, the Foundation has a narrow focus on areas of giving that support the health of Shopko customers, teammates, and communities. The Foundation also recognizes that education is fundamental to an individual's health and functionality in society. Funds support established non-profit organizations with a proven record of success in maintaining solid, critical programs or innovative new organizations and programs supported by established non-profits or 

successful leadership. The Foundation issues grants to support organizations or programs that help citizens of all ages maintain or improve their physical health and help students succeed in school and become self-sufficient adults. For more information, visit 


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