St. Joseph’s School receives donation for science and math programs

St. Joseph’s Catholic School recently received $1,000 from Walthall Oil Company and Exxon Mobil to be used in the school’s science and math programs. St. Josephs’s Catholic School is a parochial school affiliated with St. Joseph’s Church in Macon. The check was present to principal Dr. Kaye Hlavaty by Walthall Oil Company Vice-President Shawn Heacox.

The school enrolls students from 3K through 6th grade. The 3K program offers a half (morning) and full day schedule. For information contact the school at 478-742-0636.

Dr. Kaye Hlavaty and Shawn Heacox
Dr. Kaye Hlavaty, the principal at St. Joseph’s School receives a check for $1,000 from Walthall Oil Company Vice-President Shawn Heacox. The donation will go to help support St. Joseph’s math ans science programs.

Author: Doug Deal

Founder Doug Deal is a former chemical engineer from Georgia Tech who switched careers into software development at the turning of the millennium. He has lived in Macon for nearly 12 years and started Macon Community News in 2013 with his wife Lauren. His goal in starting the newspaper was to publicize positive news because he grew tired of so much negativity driving most local coverage. He has 2 children, Sam and Isobel.