Eastern Pulaski Schools Receive Donations For Supplies, Upgrade

Dr. Robert Klitzman
Dr. Robert Klitzman

The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation recently received two donations. Superintendent Dr. Robert Klitzman said the North-Central Co-op donated $840 to the elementary school, specifically for classroom supplies for the teachers.

“They just decided it was a project they wanted to do,” explained Klitzman. “Mrs. Collins [Principal of the Elementary School] did go down to their facility to accept the donation and asked them if they had children in our school corporation and no one did. They just wanted to do it to help us.”

Fulton County REMC, through the Fulton County Northern Indiana Community Foundation, donated $1,000 to the corporation to help in the upgrade of the school’s weather bug station.

“We have an actual weather station here at the school that, through the internet anybody can access, and it gives you real-time temperature, humidity – all of those type of statistics right from our middle school and high school,” Klitzman said.

Klitzman said that the system is in need of repair and is short of the restoration cost.

“If anybody has used the Weather Bug or are interested in it and would like to contribute toward the upgrade, we would certainly appreciate it. We’re going to be in the vicinity of a $4,500 to $5,000 upgrade,” Klitzman said.