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Medford School District making up for lost scholarship funds

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Medford School District making up for lost scholarship funds

Medford School District making up for lost scholarship funds

MSD pledges up to $22,500 in matched funds for donations to the school district's scholarships.

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Joshkey) josh shelton: how important is it for the medford school district to make these offers and make sure these scholarships are still available for the seniors?

Like you said, that had been putting in so much work and now they, they don't get the same recognition that they would have had school been in regular session.

(take natalie key) natalie hurd: yeah.

Support is so critical right now.

Um, and especially with just the financial situation for some of our families.

Um, being really tough with covid-19 and, um, you know, many folks have lost their jobs.

Um, and again, without having those scholarships available to students.

That burden then for, uh, paying for college is often placed directly on students' shoulders.

And we know that's difficult and we don't want that to deter any of our seniors from going to college and pursuing a postsecondary education.

(topic key) the medford school district will be matching donations up to $10,000 at north and south high school and $2,500 at central.

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$2,500 at school and $2,500 at central.

$2,500 at school and south high north and to $10,000 at donations up be matching district will school medford the (topic key) education.

Postsecondary and pursuing a going to college our seniors from that to deter any of and we don't want that to deter any of our seniors




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With donations to scholarships down 50 percent because of the financial impacts of COVID-19, the Medford School District plans to match up to $22,500 in donations.

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