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Students in Carol Robertson’s biology class use cameras purchased through a Fulton Public Schools Foundation grant to make stop-action videos of mitosis and meiosis using pipe-cleaner models for chromosomes.

Students in Carol Robertson’s biology class use cameras purchased through a Fulton Public Schools Foundation grant to make stop-action videos of mitosis and meiosis using pipe-cleaner models for chromosomes. Courtesy photo

FULTON, Mo. — The Fulton Public Schools Foundation is on the hunt for local supporters of public education.

The organization, created in 2003 to provide supplemental funding for the Fulton school district, has launched an endowment fund campaign, Founding 50 — with a goal of raising $50,000 — to help further its efforts.

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“We are working to add value to the schools,” said Bruce Hackmann, president of the Fulton Public Schools Foundation board of directors. “We’re there to support, benefit, enhance what the school ....

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