The Ballston Spa Central School District
was among the community organizations
selected to receive funding from the
GlobalFoundries-Town of Malta Foundation
The district was selected to receive $10,000
in funding for the district’s expanding Robotics
program. The funds will be used to support
a First LEGO League Tournament and the
annual Robot Rumble Robotics Competition
in the fall.
Additional organizations in the district
receiving grants include the Gordon Creek
Elementary School PTA, which was selected
to receive a $2,600 grant to provide Arts in
Education programs for the students. The
Malta Avenue PTA received $3,000 to fund
student enrichment activities in the school.
The Ballston Spa High School PTSA was also
awarded a $2,000 grant to help with the annual
After-Prom activities implemented by
the parent organization each spring.