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School Groups Awarded GF-Malta Grants

Ballston Spa Schools awarded GLOBALFOUNDRIES-Town of Malta Foundation Grants

The Ballston Spa schools were among the community organizations selected to receive funding from the GLOBALFOUNDRIES - Town of Malta Foundation as they announced their awards for 2022. The grant awards included $18,000 for several Ballston Spa Central School District projects and programs.

The Malta Avenue Elementary School PTA received $3,500 to fund Alternative Classroom Settings. The Ballston Spa High School received $4,000 for the Robotics Club and the district’s Ballston Spa Partnership for Innovation in Education Fund received $6,000 to support the district’s Robotics Competition. The Ballston Spa High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) received $4,500 to support Senior Class activities and the annual After Prom event.

“We are thrilled to receive the support of the GLOBALFOUNDRIES - Town of Malta Foundation to enhance our programs throughout the district,” said Interim Superintendent Dr. Gianleo Duca of the Ballston Spa CSD. Further, “We appreciate their ongoing investment in providing the best learning experiences and opportunities for students.”

The GLOBALFOUNDRIES - Town of Malta Foundation presents grants benefiting local organizations and community projects. The Foundation was developed to fund organizations, programs and projects that provide tangible benefits of a public nature to diverse groups serving the citizens of the Town of Malta, including not-for-profit corporations, charitable organizations, community arts and theater groups, community historical sites, special events, education programs, and sports and recreation activities. For more information, visit the Foundation’s web site at

For more information on school programs, please visit the Ballston Spa Central School District website at or call the District Office at 884-7195.

Ballston Spa Schools awarded GlobalFoundries-Town of Malta Foundation grants – Saratogian
GlobalFoundries-Town of Malta Foundation awards annual grants for 2022 – Saratogian