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The New York State is providing nearly $2 million in grants for various improvements to public schools across northeast Queens.
State Assemblyman Ed Braunstein (D-Bayside) announced Monday in Whitestone that he secured $1,875,000 for 25 public schools located in District 26. Which covers Bayside, Whitestone, Little Neck, Douglaston and part of northeastern Flushing. Each of the schools is slated to receive a $75,000 technology grant which will go toward supplies like new computers, smart boards and security cameras. “I could not think of a better way to utilize state grants than to invest in our schools,” said Braunstein. Public schools in Community School Districts 25 and 26, were among those to receive the grant. Community Education Council Presidents Joseph Di Benedetto and Alan Ong expressed their gratitude toward Braunstein’s unwavering support for the local schools. “This wonderful grant will certainly be put to good use, is definitely needed, and is truly appreciated by all those who will share in its benefits,” Di Benedetto said.