Huron Christian School had a fundraising goal for their building expansion project – $3 million dollars. They expected their wider community would support the initiative, but they didn’t expect to blow past their goal only eight months into their 18-month campaign.
HCS principal Nick Geleynse, who has been the principal at the school for eight years and taught at the school 18 years before that, walked the News Record through the story of the campaign.
“The story goes back to 2003, 2004,” he said. “That was when we felt the need to do something at the school to recognize that the whole education process is changing. We need possibly more room, we need to modify what we have here, and so forth.”
Read the rest of the story, published by the Clinton News Record here!