Grants

Help Us Reach Our Goal of $ 2,000,000

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Total Grants : $1,133,898

After reaching our goal of $1,000,000 in grants in June 2018, the Sparta Education Foundation Trustees met in February 2019 to set new strategic goals and objectives. Our new goal is to reach $2,000,000 in giving by 2025. Learn how you can help us to reach our new goal. Get involved today!

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Recent Grants:

  • Two 3D Printers, Sparta Middle School,   May 2020   $4,045

    Two MakerBot Replicator + 3D printers will keep Sparta Middle School students at the forefront of educational technology. Most sixth and seventh grade students at the middle school participate in a nine-week STEM course which enables them to sharpen their problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration and communication skills. 3D printing is widely used in the fields of architecture, education, medicine, manufacturing, aeronautics, military and food preparation. By familiarizing students with 3D printing and the design process, they are exposed to a diverse range of career possibilities.

    • Diverse Books and Playaway Audiobooks,   May 2020   $5,006

      This grant supports the Eighth Grade English Language Arts classrooms with high interest diverse books and Playaway audiobook devices to accomplish the 1,000 Book Challenge, a competition among the three Eighth Grade learning teams. After reading a book, students create
      a 'shelfie' with their picture and a non-Googleable answer to one of the following questions: "What is something new your book taught you about the world or people living in it?" or "How did you see yourself reflected in the lives of the characters or individuals who are different from you?"

      • 20 Playaway Audiobooks, Sparta High School,   May 2020   $1,335

        The grant provides non-distracting audio options for curricular-assigned books. The book list directly correlates to available titles in Grades 9-12. The Playaways are self-contained audiobook devices that offer students an additional way to read and understand curricular literature. All English Department curriculum novels and books will be available for students to check out from the high school's Media Center. Teachers will also have the ability to borrow these devices to support in-class lessons and promote literature.

        • Google Expeditions Kits, Sparta High School,   May 2020   $9,749

          Google Expeditions to allow students to travel the globe using virtual or augmented reality tours. Destinations include historical places, outer space, college campuses, inside volcanoes and the ocean floor. Teachers and guidance counselors can use them in all classrooms at any time, drawing on content from social studies, English/language arts, the arts and science. Experiencing places outside of the classroom can foster a love of learning and an appreciation for other cultures as students begin to feel they are truly global citizens.

          • Supplemental Learning Tools, Helen Morgan and Mohawk Avenue Schools,   April 2020   $25,535

            This grant provides a focused, intensive approach to developing reading skills. It utilizes text sets to meet the needs of learners in a collaborative manner. It will fund StartUp Phonics Skill Bag bundles for students in grade one. A custom book list providing multiple sets of books will be used for book clubs in for Grade 5.

            • 40 Playaway Audiobooks, Mohawk Avenue Schools,   April 2020   $1,914

              Playaway audiobooks promote independent reading for third grade students. Teachers help students choose books in a particular genre or a vehicle to analyze authors' writing styles. The entire book is narrated on the Playaway device and the listener can control the speed of the
              narrator. Playaway devices are checked out from the Media Center and can be brought home by students, making the home and school connection even stronger. Book titles are grade level appropriate and include high interest stories.

              • Aquarium Upgrades, Sparta High School,   April 2020   $4,314

                The Coral Reef Active Learning Center at the Sparta High School Media Center teaches concepts in biology, chemistry, anatomy, environmental science, marine biology, photography and art, among others. The Learning Center includes a 150-gallon coral reef aquarium, 300-galloon apex predator aquarium, and multiple displays. The two aquariums are in need of some general maintenance, repair and restocking. This grant supplies items like new coral, sea anemones, invertebrates and fish including a new stingray for the predator tank.

                • VEX Robotics equipment and a Makerbot Education 3D printer starter kit,   February 2020   $9,343

                  This grant is for VEX Robotics equipment and a Makerbot Education 3D printer starter kit that brings design, building, 3D printing and robotic programming capabilities to the middle school.

                  • 130 Playaway audio book devices to be used in Alpine and Helen Morgan Schools,   November 2019   $5,566

                    The Playaway audio book devices will be used in Alpine and Helen Morgan Schools. Playaway devices are about the size of a deck of cards and are preloaded with high-definition audio. There is no downloading to or from the device, and no internet connection is needed.

                    • Flexible Seating for 1st grade at Alpine,   September 2019   $11,788

                      Classrooms with flexible seating are conducive to both individual, quiet study as well as more collaborative, discussion-based group work. These grants meet curriculum goals because flexible seating encourages individualized learning. Furniture at Alpine School will include rocker chairs, donut balls, bouncy bands, teaming center tables, surf floor desks, active seat cushions, stools and bean bag chairs.

                      • Flexible Seating for 4th and 5th grade at HMS,   September 2019   $15,690

                        Classrooms with flexible seating are conducive to both individual, quiet study as well as more collaborative, discussion-based group work. Furnishings will include stools, standing height tables with seating, floor cushions, MarkerBoard activity tables, lightweight reading floor rockers, surf-portable writing surfaces and soft modular seating

                        • Maker Space and KIBO Robots,   June 2019   $13,395

                          The incorporation of a Maker Space and KIBO Robots will give our youngest learners at Alpine exposure to robotics components. The equipment will be introduced into all kindergarten homerooms for daily center use, and our students will be exposed to multiple pathways for learning and problem solving. Our students will use a hands-on approach to work as individuals and as a part of large and small groups.

                          • Additions for Community Garden at SHS,   February 2019   $2,214

                            This grant will add materials and supplies to the existing garden to support and enhance the multitude of cross curicular skills that are developed through planning, establishing, maintaining, and reflecting on the garden. Materials include: planter boxes,cold frame greenhouse boxes, rain barrel kit, barrel planters, storage containers, and hoses.

                            • 30 Google Expeditions Virtual Reality Kits for HMS,   November 2018   $11,065

                              The primary purpose for this grant is to provide additional opportunities to expose the students of Helen Morgan to the world of virtual reality as a platform for learning.

                              Virtual reality meets the Next Generation Science Standards by having students focus on key practices:

                              • identifying challenges and problem solving solutions
                              • engaging classmates in discussions about procedures and results
                              • conducting experiments following scientific methods
                              • recording data, methods, and results

                              Virtual reality meets the Social Studies Standards and the vision the district has.

                              • Social studies teaching and learning requires effective use of technology, communication, and reading/writing skills that add important dimensions to students' learning.
                              • In promoting critical, creative, and ethical thinking on problems faced by citizens and leaders, educators must take care to balance the immediate social environment of students and the larger social world, through examining multiple viewpoints
                              • SLA 3D printer for SHS,   June 2018   $6,564

                                This grant is for an SLA 3D printer to expose our students to a variety of 3D printing methods and allow them to print in various materials. Incorporating an SLA 3D printer would not only benefit current STEM engineering students but it will allow us to bring STEM projects to all students who take Architecture & Design courses.

                                • Sound systems for SHS,   June 2018   $11,589
                                  • Ukulele program for MAS,   June 2018   $2,106

                                    This grant is to start a ukulele program at Mohawk Avenue School. The primary purpose is to expose students to an instrument that will allow them to learn music theory and skills, as well as have a chance to demonstrate those skills both vocally and on an instrument. 

                                    • Rowing machines for SHS,   June 2018   $9,090

                                      This grant will provide Sparta High School Physical Education/Athletic Department with 10 more rowing machines/ pair of slides to enhance both the PE and Athletic Departments.The primary purpose of this grant is to offer additional opportunities to the students of Sparta High School who are participating in a variety of athletic endeavors that would contribute to a balanced and healthy lifestyle.

                                      • Robotics equipment replacement/upgrade for SHS,   June 2018   $19,011

                                        The purpose of this grant is to replace and upgrade aging and obsolete equipment for the robotics program at the high school. In order for the Sparta Robotics teams to compete on the regional, state, and international levels we must upgrade to the new VEX V5 processor system. It will also upgrade to VEX IQ system. It is a more robust and capable platform for more advanced designing. It is also closely compatible with what is being done at the advanced levels at the high school and so would aide in the educational transition of students who aspire to go on to more challenging things

                                        • Year 3 of Chromebooks for SHS,   June 2018   $67,277

                                          The purpose of this grant is a continuation of the three-year commitment awarded in June 2016 to bring Chromebooks to high
                                          school students. Part of the 1:1 World Initiative connecting each student to a computer; the total amount of the three-year grant is $201,803.

                                          • Activity Furniture For Grade 3,   February 2018   $2,077.07

                                            Mohawk Avenue School teacher Brianna Reigstad presented a grant for flexible seating options to enhance student engagement and promote collaboration. Balance ball chairs, hokki stools, stability balls, mini carpets and standing desks were requested. Research shows that this type of furniture eliminates restlessness, heightens attention and increases focus levels. Ms. Reigstad said this furniture will also increase mindfulness, which is part of a districtwide initiative.

                                            • Genome Editing CRISPR/Cas9 Classroom Kits,   February 2018   $1,000

                                              Under the guidance of Ken Scognamiglio, a science teacher at Sparta High School, students Simon Levien and Will Theilacker wrote a grant for CRISPR/Cas9 classroom kits as part of an AP project. This genome editing tool presents a new method of turning on and off genetic traits that is inexpensive, efficient and accurate. Of the few students in Sparta High School who were polled, only about 20% of the population who knew about CRISPR, although many were eager to learn more about the gene editing technology. There is potential to cure diseases like cancer, HIV and others. Plans are in place for AP biology and all biomedical classes use the classroom kits as a major lab.

                                              • 10 Lego Mindstorms EV3 Core Sets,   December 2017   $4,464

                                                The ten Lego Mindstorms sets will expose Sparta Middle School STEP students to engineering, coding and robotics, allowing the students to facilitate online and in-person lessons to the entire school population. This grant will also utilize the equipment to start a schoolwide Robotics Club in the 2018-19 school year. The Lego Mindstorm grant also provides students with the first curriculum-based coding/robotics program in the middle school, providing a consistent training platform for the students from elementary through high school.

                                                • 2 Creative Construction Pack Cubelets, Ozobot Classroom Kit and 14 iPads,   December 2017   $11,571

                                                  The pack of 56 Cubelets includes Sense, Think and Act Cubelets that incorporate programming challenges. An Ozobot classroom kit supports STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) using skill exercises with the Bit smart robot. These technology items will be used by all Helen Morgan School students. The iPad Air 2s will supplement the use of these grant items.

                                                  • 5 Rowing Machines for Physical Education Department,   June 2017   $4,375

                                                    The rowing machines promote cardiovascular fitness, are portable, and can easily be moved
                                                    outside when weather permits. These machines from Concept 2 meet the curriculum and are a
                                                    good fit for all students, including those in the adaptive program.

                                                    • 8 Sound Systems for Audio Amplification,   June 2017   $11,587

                                                      The Sound Systems are portable, Bluetooth-compatible, and will be used in eight sophomore classrooms.

                                                      • Year 2 of Chromebooks,   June 2017   $67,277

                                                        The grant represents a continuation of the three-year commitment to bring Chromebooks to high
                                                        school students. Part of the 1:1 World Initiative connecting each student to a computer; the
                                                        total amount of the three-year grant is $201,803.

                                                        • Coral Reef Learning Center,   February 2017   $13,268
                                                          • Art & Photo Display Panels,   February 2017   $6,793

                                                            The new art display panels will serve all the high school photography, drawing and painting classes. The display equipment includes six folding display panels, each measuring 12-feet wide by 78-inches high. Additionally, the grant funded six folding tabletop display partitions which are each five-feet wide and about three-and-a-half feet tall.

                                                            • Google Expeditions Kits,   December 2016   $6,999

                                                              These kits will enhance geographic literacy among students and allow them to go on virtual field trips using a view master-type device that interacts with a cell phone to take tours of places ranging from streets in Rome to deep underwater excursions. The entire middle school population will benefit since STEP students will be trained as tour guides on virtual field trips, and they will offer their services to all classroom teachers to make their curriculum more relevant.

                                                              • Wonder Workshop Dash & Robot Classroom Pack and 10 iPad Air 2s,   November 2016   $8,561

                                                                This technology introduces robotics and coding to the third grade students. Morgan Bleakley, the Gifted & Talented teacher at Mohawk Avenue School will present this technology to the entire school population, which will be a stepping stone to the Sphero Robotic Balls already in use by Helen Morgan School's fourth and fifth graders.

                                                                • 624 Chromebooks and 24 charging carts,   June 2016   $67,277 (year 1)

                                                                  A three-year grant for 624 Chromebooks and 24 charging carts requested by Dr. Daniel Johnson, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Staff Development for Sparta School District, for the high school's Science, Math and History classrooms. Part of the 1:World Initiative connecting each student to a computer, the grant request for the first year is $67,276.88, and the total amount of three-year grant is $201,830.

                                                                  • Kinesthetic Classroom Furniture for resource level classrooms,   June 2016   $11,305

                                                                    A collection of kinesthetic classroom furniture requested by Mary Hassenplug, English/Language Arts Supervisor, for resource level classrooms. This includes eight activity desks, four Fitpro balls with stability legs, four stand-up desks and six pedal desks.

                                                                    • HP Chromebooks for Sparta High School,   June 2016   $2,586

                                                                      10 HP Chromebooks requested by Renee Dalia for the Special Education English Department's 11th and 12th graders. The Chromebooks will be used for students with moderate disabilities to help them reach their individual goals, improve fine motor skills and benefit from the use of specialized apps.

                                                                      • Audio Amplification Systems for Sparta High School,   June 2016   $6,690

                                                                        10 Audio Amplification Systems requested by Adrienne Castorino, Supervisor of Special Services. The audio systems will be used in freshmen classrooms.

                                                                        • 300-gallon shark and predator aquarium for Sparta High School,   June 2016   $15,067

                                                                          300-gallon shark and predator aquarium requested by Ken Sognamiglio, Sparta High School Biology Teacher. This tank will be located in the existing coral reef learning exhibit at the high school's Media Center.

                                                                          • Twelve Sphero Balls for the Helen Morgan School,   February 2016   $2,000

                                                                            Sphero is the world's first app-controlled robotic ball.  This will introduce students to the world of computer programing.   They wll increase their knowledge of STEM technologies through the Sphero program.

                                                                            • Nine More Document Cameras for Helen Morgan School,   February 2016   $4,023.00

                                                                              Nine Epson DC-12 document cameras were awarded to the Helen Morgan School for use in all content areas.  They continue to upgrade the classroom technology.

                                                                              • 180 Chromebook Computers for 6 SHS Classrooms,   February 2016   $51,359.00

                                                                                Provides the English Department at Sparta High School with 180 Chrombooks to be used in six classrooms.  Teachers will use GAFE to enhance the lessons and education of their students

                                                                                • Yamaha Electric Piano (Clavinova) for the Mohawk Ave Music Room,   December 2015   $1,875.00

                                                                                  A grant for the music department at Mohawk Ave School was awarded during the Fall 2015 grant cycle in the amount of $1,875.00 to acquire one Yamaha Clarinova piano for the music classroom.  This will enhance the existing classroom instruction as well as provide the opportunity for additional musical experiences for third grade students.   

                                                                                  • 25 iPads for Alpine STEP Class,   June 2015   $9450
                                                                                    • Variquest Poster Maker,   June 2015   $4,500

                                                                                      Poster Maker for Sparta Middle School

                                                                                      • 25 Electronics Balances,   June 2015   $3,684

                                                                                        Electronic Balances for Sparta Middle School Science Program

                                                                                        • Coral Reef Aquarium ,   June 2015   $16,004

                                                                                          Coral Reef Aquarium for SHS Biology Program

                                                                                          • Robotics Program - Year Five,   March 2015   $11,000

                                                                                            Fifth and final year of robotics grant for Sparta High School 

                                                                                            • 5 EPSON Document Cameras at the Sparta Middle School,   February 2015   $2,725

                                                                                              This grant integrates this technology at the Sparta Middle School

                                                                                              • 12 Nikon Cameras for the Sparta High School Photography Classes,   February 2015   $5,724

                                                                                                These 12 Nikon Cameras provide a consistent learning experience in the photorgraphy classes at Sparta High School.  This gives students the opportunity to learn photorgraphy even if they don't own a camera. 

                                                                                                • 5 Brightlink Interactive Projectors,   February 2015   $8,690

                                                                                                  These 5 Brightlink interactive projectors replace Smartboards that have reached end-of-life at the Sparta Middle School.

                                                                                                  • 27 Document Cameras for Helen Morgan, Alpine and Mohawk Ave Schools,   November 2014   $10,773

                                                                                                    These 27 EPSON document cameras integrate current technology into the elementary setting.

                                                                                                    • Golf Equipment to Introduce Golf to Middle School Students,   November 2014   $4,374

                                                                                                      This golf equipment enhances the physical education program at the Sparta Middle School and gives students the opportunity to learn this sport.

                                                                                                      • 5 Electric Instruments to Enhance the Sparta Middle School Orchestra Program ,   November 2014   $13,055

                                                                                                        These modern, cuting-edge intruments will inspire budiing musicians with their beautiful sound.   

                                                                                                        • Robotics and Technical Sciences Equipment for Sparta High School,   June 2014   $15,960

                                                                                                          This grant provides industrial grade equipment for the Material Processing, Home Technology and Robotics classes. 

                                                                                                          • Three 3D Printers for Sparta Middle School,   June 2014   $12,293

                                                                                                            This grant was for four 3D printers for the STEM programs at Sparta Middle School.  

                                                                                                            • 8 Document Cameras for Helen Morgan School,   June 2014   $3,352

                                                                                                              This grant is for 8 Epson document cameras at Helen Morgan School.  It integrates tchnology into the elemtary setting.

                                                                                                              • Robotics Equipment - Year Four,   March 2014   $11,500

                                                                                                                To provide funds for hardware, software and supplies for the Robotics and Pre-Engineering curriculum in order to offer both first-level and advanced-level Robotics Engineering courses for students in 9th through 12th grade.

                                                                                                                • Sound Amplification Systems,   February 2014   $11,634

                                                                                                                  This grant is for sound amplification systems in the Sparta Middle School classrooms.

                                                                                                                  • Two Baby Grand Pianos for Sparta High School,   December 2013   $28,000

                                                                                                                    The funding of this grant was a collaboration between the Sparta Music Boosters Inc, and the SEF.  SMBI funded $10,000 and the SEF funded $28,000 in order for the music department at Sparta High School to purchase two new baby grand pianos.

                                                                                                                    • Photo Studio for Sparta High School,   December 2013   $6,017

                                                                                                                      This grant for the Photography Department at Sparta High School supplies lighting and backdrop materials to create a photo studio.  

                                                                                                                      • Art Easels for the Sparta High School,   November 2013   $1745

                                                                                                                        This grant is for six easels for the Art department at Sparta High School.

                                                                                                                        • Document Cameras for the Alpine School,   November 2013   $4788

                                                                                                                          This grant is for two Epson document cameras to be used at the Alpine School.

                                                                                                                          • iPads for the Music Program at Helen Morgan School ,   November 2013   $4068

                                                                                                                            This grant is for 2 iPads that will be used to help the instrument classes at Helen Morgan school.

                                                                                                                            • K - 5 Classroom Reading Libraries,   June 2013   $53,308

                                                                                                                              Reading libraries in each classroom for grades K- 5

                                                                                                                              • The Creative Curriculum Children's Literature for PreK Classrooms ,   June 2013   $1,488
                                                                                                                                • Robotics Program - Year Three,   March 2013   $11,500
                                                                                                                                  • Robotics Equipment,   February 2013   $5,125

                                                                                                                                    Robotics workbenches, cabinet bases, electrical outlets and 18 workbench stools.

                                                                                                                                    • Interactive Technology for Alpine School,   January 2013   $18,109
                                                                                                                                      • Enhance STEM Curriculum & Expand to 8th Grade,   January 2013   $2485
                                                                                                                                        • Phase II of Sculpture Garden ,   January 2013   $5,000
                                                                                                                                          • Purchase PE Equipment to Offer Students a Functional Approach to Fitness Training ,   January 2013   $7,661
                                                                                                                                            • Bio Diesel Project,   June 2012   $5,000

                                                                                                                                              To launch a biodiesel production program at Sparta High School.

                                                                                                                                              • Sound Field Amplification Systems,   June 2012   $8,210

                                                                                                                                                To equip ten classrooms at the Helen Morgan School with sound field amplication systems.

                                                                                                                                                • Robotics Program - Year Two ,   February 2012   $11,000

                                                                                                                                                  This is the second year the SEF has funded the Robotics classes at Sparta High School

                                                                                                                                                  • 25 Pairs of Snowshoes for PE Program at Helen Morgan School,   December 2011   $2,010
                                                                                                                                                    • Photography And Graphics Printer for SHS Photography Classes,   December 2011   $5,785
                                                                                                                                                      • Document Cameras For Each Department at SHS,   December 2011   $10,381
                                                                                                                                                        • Sound Field Amplification Systems at Alpine School,   October 2011   $8,210

                                                                                                                                                          To provide funds to purchase additional sound field amplification systems for the Alpine School classrooms

                                                                                                                                                          • HP Mini Computers for Special Education at Sparta Middle School,   May 2011   $23,786

                                                                                                                                                            To provide funds for the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade resource room and study skills teachers to purchase 30 HP mini computers for the use of special education students.

                                                                                                                                                            • Brite Classmate PCs at Helen Morgan School,   May 2011   $10,660

                                                                                                                                                              To provide funds for 26 Brite Classmate PCs for teaching keyboarding in 2nd grade classrooms.

                                                                                                                                                              • SMART Boards, projectors and speakers for Helen Morgan School,   April 2011   $17,394

                                                                                                                                                                To provide funds to support the use of SMART boards, projectors, and speakers as an instructional tool in the elementary classrooms.

                                                                                                                                                                • Sculpture project at Sparta High School,   February 2011   $4,600

                                                                                                                                                                  To provide funds for the Advanced Sculpture Class at Sparta High School to purchase materials for a permanent sculpture created in collaboration with a local artist to be installed in a Sparta High School courtyard.  

                                                                                                                                                                  • Stationary Bicycles for Sparta High School,   January 2011   $5,475

                                                                                                                                                                    To provide funds to purchase 16 stationary bicycles for Sparta High School's Physical Education department.

                                                                                                                                                                    • Robotics Program at Sparta High School - Year One,   December 2010   $11,000

                                                                                                                                                                      To provide funds for hardware, software and supplies for the Robotics and Pre-Engineering curriculum in order to offer both first-level and advanced-level Robotics Engineering courses for students in 9th through 12th grade.

                                                                                                                                                                      • Science Classroom Supplies for Sparta High School ,   August 2010   $30,055

                                                                                                                                                                        To purchase supplies for high school science classrooms that will allow 9th grade science students to perform inquiry-based laboratory experiments.

                                                                                                                                                                        • Hand Held Digital Voice Recorders for Sparta Middle School,   August 2010   $1,798

                                                                                                                                                                          To provide funds needed for world language teachers at Sparta Middle School to purchase hand-held digital voice recorders. 

                                                                                                                                                                          • Vernier LabQuest Probeware and Netbooks for Sparta Middle School,   November 2009   $31,769

                                                                                                                                                                            To provide Venier LabQuest probeware and netbooks for 7th grade science teachers and ten netbooks for 7th and 8th grade science classrooms to provide necessary equipment to conduct lab experiments to allow students to collect and analyze data, enhance inquiry methods of instruction, and supplement the science curriculum.

                                                                                                                                                                            • Brite Classmate PCs for Helen Morgan School,   January 2009   $19,632

                                                                                                                                                                              To provide reduced scale textbook laptops for second grade classrooms to implement keyboarding in the second grade curriculum.

                                                                                                                                                                              • SMART Boards at Alpine School and Helen Morgan School,   December 2008   $45,282

                                                                                                                                                                                To provide interactive SMART white boards for all K-4 classrooms in the district.

                                                                                                                                                                                • K-8 Tablet PCs at Alpine, Helen Morgan, and Mohawk Avenue School ,   December 2007   $22,200

                                                                                                                                                                                  To expand the district's tablet PC initiative to include K-8 schools.

                                                                                                                                                                                  • Mobile Wireless Lab at Mohawk Avenue School,   November 2007   $30,659

                                                                                                                                                                                    To provide students and teachers at Mohawk Avenue School with a mobile wireless computer lab.


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Grants Donated : $1,133,898


RECENT GRANTS :
  • Two 3D Printers, Sparta Middle School,   5/5/20   $4,045
  • Diverse Books and Playaway Audiobooks,   5/5/20   $5,006
  • 20 Playaway Audiobooks, Sparta High School,   5/5/20   $1,335

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