Rita Smith, right, with the Northern Beaufort County Education Foundation surprises Jeri Williams, left, an anatomy and physiology teacher at Battery Creek High with a $500 grant Thursday morning during class. The foundation awarded more than $5,100 in competitive grants to area teachers. "We're looking forward to dissecting some cats," Williams said.
Rita Smith, right, with the Northern Beaufort County Education Foundation surprises Jeri Williams, left, an anatomy and physiology teacher at Battery Creek High with a $500 grant Thursday morning during class. The foundation awarded more than $5,100 in competitive grants to area teachers. "We're looking forward to dissecting some cats," Williams said. Sarah Welliver
Rita Smith, right, with the Northern Beaufort County Education Foundation surprises Jeri Williams, left, an anatomy and physiology teacher at Battery Creek High with a $500 grant Thursday morning during class. The foundation awarded more than $5,100 in competitive grants to area teachers. "We're looking forward to dissecting some cats," Williams said. Sarah Welliver

PHOTO: Battery Creek teacher receives education grant

January 10, 2013 08:04 PM

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