Rolling Terrace ES Wins $5,000 Library Grant

by MCS Staff

Rolling Terrace Elementary School in Takoma Park was one of 300 schools in 36 states to receive a $5,000 grant through the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. This year, the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries awarded $1.5 million in library grants. Many of the libraries will use the funds to update and diversify their collections.

“We can’t wait to get audio books and more engaging nonfiction books added to our collection with this grant,” said Greg D’Addario, Rolling Terrace media specialist.

Rolling Terrace Elementary School is a Pre-K-5th grade Title 1 School. “We are a Spanish, two-way immersion school that promotes the three pillars of dual language 1) biliteracy and bilingualism, 2) grade-level standards, and 3) sociocultural competence. We have many programs including Horizon Day-Care, Judy Center, and Linkages to Learning. Our Mascot is the Tiger.” Featured photo courtesy of Google Maps.


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