FTMC awards $50,000 to aid local schools

Sphygmomanometers. Spectrophotometers. Vernier computer-linked instrumentation. You may not know what all of those things are. You may not even know how to spell some of them. But soon, your children will be able to do both. Fisher-Titus Medical Center doled out $49,942 in grants Tuesday to local schools to improve education in math, science, and health. This is Fisher-Titus's 11th year making these grants, which have now totaled about $484,000.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Sphygmomanometers. Spectrophotometers. Vernier computer-linked instrumentation. You may not know what all of those things are. You may not even know how to spell some of them. But soon, your children will be able to do both.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center doled out $49,942 in grants Tuesday to local schools to improve education in math, science, and health. This is Fisher-Titus's 11th year making these grants, which have now totaled about $484,000.

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