Clark Oil made donations of $500 each to the math and science programs at each Wayne County schools as part of ExxonMobil’s Educational Alliance Program. The program awards grants each year to schools in order to help enhance math and science education across the United States. This is the 17th consecutive year for the program. Clark Oil Company, Inc., support Wayne County schools each year with money from Educational Alliance funds. . Kayla Jordan, on behalf of Clark Oil, made the check presentations recently. “We do this every year as a way to give back to our communities,” Jordan said. “You can use these for Math or Science, whichever you see fit. Clark Oil is happy and proud to give back to the communities that support our stores throughout Mississippi and Alabama.” Superintendent of Education Bobby Jones said he was happy to see the local company being willing to assist each school in the county. “On behalf of the school district, I just want to thank you,” Jones said. “We are very, very appreciative and we would like for you all to come out to the schools in the future and see how we are utilizing this grant money in each school.” Checks were presented to Beat Four Elementary, Buckatunna Elementary, Clara Elementary, Waynesboro Elementary, Waynesboro Middle, Wayne County High School, the Wayne County Career and Technical Education Center received grants.
Pictured: (seated, left to right) Beat Four’s Cindy Cooley, Buckatunna’s Demarius McFadden, Superintendent of Education Bobby Jones, Clara’s Donna Hopkins and Waynesboro Riverview’s Shronda Turner; (standing, left to right) Clark Oil’s Kayla Jordan, Assistant Superintendent of Education Tyrone Marshall, Wayne County Career and Technical Education Center’s Rex Buckhaults, Wayne Central’s Eric Smith and Wayne County High School’s Robert “Bubba” Hathorn.