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Last updated on Monday, November 21, 2011
(MEDORA) - Medora schools will receive a $30,000 donation for a technology upgrade from an anonymous donor, according to Superintendent Tom Judd.
There only stipulation is that the donor asks that they are creative with how they use the money.
If the benefactor is satisfied with the school's plan there could be millions (of dollars) available to the school.
Administrators and teachers plan to hit the ground running with plans and met to discuss different proposal ideas. Judd mentioned that based on conversations with the benefactor, he estimates they have until the first week of December to establish their plan.
Judd says this is something that will make a difference, considering the school system's recent budget cuts.
The school is also looking for an English teacher and Part-time librarian.
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