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Summit Cove Elementary benefits from ‘Drive for Education’

Summit Cove receives donation from Vista Auto

The Vista Auto Group donated a check worth $5,000 to Summit Cove Elementary in Dillon on Monday afternoon, Sept. 26, as part of its annual “Drive for Education” initiative.

The Silverthorne-based car dealer has been providing funding to the Summit School District’s individual schools for several years and with Monday’s donation has now surpassed more than $30,000. These specific funds will be used to help complete the newly designed “makerspace” at Summit Cove.

A makerspace is a collaborative area within the school for students to design, prototype and create their own products. Summit Cove principal Crystal Miller said teachers and staff will work with and teach a robotics class to students in the new learning space.

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