(GREAT FALLS) The Great Falls Public Schools Foundation announced a $500,000 donation Monday that will help upgrade the new Great Falls High Career and Technical Education Center.
“The new building and equipment will make this career and technical education center the finest in Montana,” foundation executive director Dave Crum said.
Bob Oakland donated $500,000 for new equipment to be placed in automotive, welding, and woodworking classrooms.
“This donation is going to change lives. Not only for our students, but for our teachers and for our community. We can’t thank you enough,” GFH principal Heather Hoyer said.
The Oaklands are longtime supporters of Great Falls Public Schools and have given over $1.5 million.