BERKELEY – Central Regional Middle School was chosen as a finalist and in the running to receive a $25,000 grant from Project Fit America.
ShopRite and Danimals, the kids brand of yogurt sold by Dannon, is offering this $25,000 grant for physical education equipment. All Central has to do is muster enough votes to win it.
Out of the 50 finalists, four schools will be awarded based on the highest vote getters.
The school is asking parents and community members to vote until the contest ends on Feb. 28. To vote, visit danimals.com/schoolgrantswithpurpose
In order to vote, you must be 13 and older and have an email address. Votes can be accepted once per day, per email address, officials said.
Drum Point Elementary School in Brick, Jackson’s McAuliffe Middle School and Beachwood Elementary are also competing.