Waldron Public Schools will have the opportunity to purchase a new photo identification printer thanks to a $2,600 donation from the Arvest Foundation.

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The gift was announced at the Waldron Elementary School on Oct.11. Debra Fuller, Keith Slater, Teresa Carnahan, and Shelley Buckles of Arvest Bank were on hand to present the check.

“Waldron Public Schools is honored to have community partners to support our school system,” said Ryan Walker, principal for Waldron Elementary School and ABC/First Step Daycare. “With the donation from the Arvest Foundation, all faculty and staff will have photo identification badges, which will help increase the safety on all campuses.”

“We are pleased to present this donation on behalf of the Arvest Foundation, particularly because it will help increase school safety,” Buckles said. “This donation is one of several we have made in the area, and we hope it reflects the foundation’s ongoing commitment to education and the children of Waldron.”