Carly Bronfeld From Hillsborough, New Jersey, Former Preschool Graduate, Awarded $10,000 Toward College Tuition
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KING OF PRUSSIA, PA (August 8, 2019) – The Goddard School®, the premier preschool focusing on learning through play for children from six weeks to six years old, has announced that Carly Bronfeld of Hillsborough, New Jersey is the recipient of the 11th annual Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship. In the company of her former preschool teacher, family and friends, Goddard Systems, Inc. CEO Joe Shumacher presented Carly with a $10,000 check earlier this month. The Anthony A. Martino scholarship is open to high school seniors nationwide who have graduated from The Goddard School Pre-K or Kindergarten programs. Exhibiting qualities of Anthony A. Martino, the founder of The Goddard School franchise system, the awarded applicant is honored and recognized for their great work ethic, perseverance in education, and love for community.
Carly’s entry discussed the many ways in which The Goddard School prepared her for continued academic success in the years following her time in preschool. Carly graduated from the Kindergarten program at The Goddard School located in Hillsborough, New Jersey in 2007. This fall, Carly will be an incoming Special Education / Elementary Education student at the College of New Jersey.
“One of the main goals of The Goddard School is to instill our students with a love of learning and passion for professional development,” said Joe Schumacher, CEO of Goddard Systems, Inc. “The Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship, named for our founder, is one of our favorite ways to highlight students who take these core values to heart as they pass into adulthood. We wish Carly nothing but the best on her continued path to academic and professional success.”
Over $100,000 has been awarded to scholarship recipients since the Anthony A. Martino Memorial Scholarship program’s inception and The Goddard School looks forward to the opportunity to continue rewarding former students for their exemplary performance in years to come.
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