Students at Arlington Berry Elementary School gets state-of-the-art library

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Before College football championship game announces its winner, one elementary school in Arlington has already won the championship.
 
Berry Elementary School in Arlington gets a new state-of-the-art library and Big thanks to all of those who believe that every student should get this facility. It was a Christmas present for Berry Elementary students and teachers from all of those who want to bring students and teachers closer to the right learning environment.
 

College Football Playoff Foundation and the Big 12 granted $70,000 for the new state-of-the-art library in the school. This grant was used to provide comfortable, bean bags, new tables, colorful chairs, and computers.
 
According to the director of the College Football Playoff Foundation, Britton Banowsky. Every teacher should get a good learning environment to engage their students. A fourth grader of the elementary school said that he liked the new library. The new carpet, chairs, and everything new looked just awesome. Not only students can read books but their parents can get special training in the new library to help their children learn better.
 
According to Bob Bowlsby, Big 12 Commissioner, if you work had in junior level; your life will change and will give you good college opportunities as well.
 
The College Football Playoff Foundation is the philanthropic organization of the college football playoffs. Its main aim to provide an Extra facility for Teachers and mainly focuses on providing useful resources, appreciation, recruitment, and overall development.

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