A recent large donation will benefit the students of the South Butler County School District in several ways.
The Knoch Knights Legacy Foundation donated a total of over $39,000 last week for a variety of South Butler projects.
The district plans to use $24,000 to purchase document readers for remote and in-person secondary students. Nearly $10,000 will be used to purchase 22 keyboards for use at the Middle School. Two base instruments will be purchased for the orchestra at a cost of nearly $4,000. Finally, nearly $2,000 has been set aside for MagLev Train Sets to teach fourth grade students about magnets.
South Butler Superintendent Dr. David Foley called the Knoch Knights Legacy Foundation “a tremendous asset for our school district” and went on to say that the donation will “help with teaching and learning in our classrooms”.