Schools in nearly a dozen West Virginia counties are receiving grants to help students. One Stop, a chain of convenience stores headquartered in Charleston, WV, announced the $500 grants for 28 West Virginia schools through the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program. "One Stop is a part of many communities throughout the state and we are proud to be able to support our local schools. It is our hope that these grants will help enhance educational opportunities for our state's children," said Michael Graney, President of One Stop.
Graney said secondary schools in Kanawha, Putnam, Cabell, Raleigh, Jackson, Logan, Doddridge, Marion, Monongalia, Harrison, and Mercer Counties received grants. One Stop representatives worked with school officials from around the state and ExxonMobil to apply for the funding.
The following schools received grants: