Four Cincinnati Public Schools are urging the community to vote for their projects and help them earn $50,000 as part of the Clorox Power a Bright Future Program.Competing CPS schools are the Academy of World Languages, Hyde Park School, North Avondale Montessori and Pleasant Ridge Montessori.
The Clorox Company is committed to making a difference both in and out
of the classroom. And for the fourth year, the Power A Bright Future
program is giving students more chances to play, create and explore by
awarding seven grants— four based on votes, and three based on merit. The nomination
with the most votes overall will receive a $50,000 grant. The
nominations with the most votes in each category will each receive a
$25,000 grant. Clorox will then review all nominations and pick one from
each category based on merit to award a $25,000 grant in each category.
Please take time to vote for one of our schools. Voting ends on December 19, 2012.