Business & Community Partnerships: These are the AMAZING PEOPLE Who Have Made Our Learners' Visions for the Libratory a Reality
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF ADDING EACH AND EVERY PERSON/BUSINESS WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE LIBRATORY PROJECT. Please check back often, and let us know if we haven't highlighted you or your business by Oct. 1, 2020.
Eureka! McConnell Science Museum
We shared a building for many years with Eureka! at the New Emerson School at Columbus school site, and we owe much to John McConnell and the Eureka! McConnell Science Museum leadership. They have provided weekly science lessons to our STEAM school students, and they are currently hosting their after-school program M-Th in our school cafeteria. To enroll your child in their after-school STEAM program, contact Eureka! @ 970-254-1626.
Grand Junction Lions Club - 2019/2020
The Grand Junction Lions Club awarded our school with a grant of $9000 to purchase a set of iPads for robotics, iPads for every classroom teachers so that they could share teaching and learning practices, and Virtual Reality (VR) Goggles for the Libratory to provide more experiential learning.
Dan Sites & Wells Fargo
Dan was instrumental in not only securing a matching grant from his company Wells Fargo during our "Destination Imagination" Gala, but he also helped us as we applied for funding the last five years from the local Lions Club. Thank you, Dan Sites, for your generosity and many kindnesses.
Thanks to Sam Meyer @ Shaw Construction and Todd & Laura Ousley, we were able to get a MAGICAL Reading Clubhouse built for our young learners. It is the most popular area of the Libratory. Who's not mesmerized by a two-story reading clubhouse?
The generous folks at Capco sponsored our "Construction Zone" in the Libratory. Housed with hammers, nails, tools, wood, a wood burning kit, and all things CONSTRUCTION, our learners are excited to resume projects they were beginning last year, thanks to Capco!