Pictured are: Mike Crandall/Pres. of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Bob Montgomery/Treasurer of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Gary Hannah/CPSD Supt., Dr. Shivochie Dinkins/ CPSD School Board Secretary, Leigh Lamkin/Families First for MS, Scott Evans/Member of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Rev. Dr. Moses Thompson/CPSD School Board Chairman, John Scanlan/Secretary of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc.
Pictured are: Mike Crandall/Pres. of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Bob Montgomery/Treasurer of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Gary Hannah/CPSD Supt., Dr. Shivochie Dinkins/ CPSD School Board Secretary, Leigh Lamkin/Families First for MS, Scott Evans/Member of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Rev. Dr. Moses Thompson/CPSD School Board Chairman, John Scanlan/Secretary of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc.

Canton Public School District leaders thank generous donors for contributing $16,000 during the CHS Dual Enrollment Fundraiser in March at the Rich Grain Distillery.

This is a $4,000 increase over the amount raised during last year's fundraiser.

The funds raised will provide scholarships for Canton High School's dual enrollment students.

Scholarship recipient Alashija Johnson shared how the scholarship and the program has made a difference in her life.

These students earn college credit while still enrolled at Canton High School.

This program helps students and their parents, both financially and in preparing students for college early.

Additionally, students' successful completion of courses boosts CHS' accountability rating.

Pictured are: Mike Crandall/Pres. of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Bob Montgomery/Treasurer of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Gary Hannah/CPSD Supt., Dr. Shivochie Dinkins/ CPSD School Board Secretary, Leigh Lamkin/Families First for MS, Scott Evans/Member of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc., Rev. Dr. Moses Thompson/CPSD School Board Chairman, John Scanlan/Secretary of the CPS Educational Foundation, Inc.