GREAT FALLS — Young learners at the Ursuline Center in Great Falls will be able to do more art projects thanks to a grant from the One Class At A Time program.
Earlier this month, pre-k teacher Katie Finnicum used the $250 grant to buy die-cuts along with math and reading manipulatives for her students.
The die-cuts make prepping for crafts easier and helps them save more time for hands-on projects.
Math and reading manipulatives will help students learn beyond a textbook.
Finnicum says she’s thankful for the supplies that will benefit the entire school: "We're really good about sharing so that the other students can experience the same things that we have in our class,” she said.
One Class At A Time is a partnership between KRTV and First Interstate Bank.
To learn about or apply for a One Class At A Time grant, click here to visit the First Interstate Bank website .