MISHAWAKA, Ind. — The Penn Harris Madison School Corporation Superintendent and his wife have created a scholarship for a graduating Penn High School senior that excludes only one race of people. The “Student Educator Scholarship” is for a graduating senior who plans to seek a degree in teacher education. The only other criteria for applying is that the student cannot be white.
"Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Thacker, The Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation superintendent
and his wife, have created a scholarship for graduating seniors of color who will be
pursuing a degree in teacher education and who attend high school in the P-H-M School
Corporation." The application for the scholarship reads. "The scholarship is designed to assist a student attending college in the fall of 2023. The scholarship winner will receive $1,000 and be announced at the Senior Recognition Program."
The eligibility section of the scholarship states the recipient will be a graduating Penn High School senior, a person of color with great character and a good role model, and must also be involved in extracurricular activities.
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