Peoria High School teacher raises money to help students earn college credits

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Peoria High School teacher Simon Webb is reaching out to the community to help students succeed in a new AP class this coming school year.

Students will have to pass a test to earn college credit at the end and to do so, they need some new technology.

Webb has set up a GoFundMe page explaining the 12 items needed for the class. He’s hoping to raise $3,500.

You can find a full list below:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/peoria-high-school-ap-theory-upgrades?pc=fb_co_shareflow_w&rcid=r01-156289203349-56966935f6cf4db6&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_co_shareflow_w&fbclid=IwAR0RvmBgLMKa2ChSGMZo9LVqZCNGWgVCXD3kUud3pjjMmSyliFX3zFAgH-A

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