Gulf Coast Tractor donated a front loader during Solid Rock Community School’s recent purchase of a Kubuta Bx2370. The front loader, a $2000 piece of equipment, will help the school to maintain the land for their new K-12 campus and prepare it for building in the future.
Solid Rock Community School closed on the nine and half acre property on June 2, 2016. It is located at 3561 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs, FL. The land originally consisted of four parcels. Three of the parcels were donated by previous owners of the land, Abdi Boozarjomehri and Roy Skelton. Solid Rock purchased the fourth and final parcel.
Paul Sciriha, General Manager of Gulf Coast Tractor in Land o’ Lakes spoke of the donation: “Gulf Coast Tractor is proud to support Solid Rock Community School with the donation of a front loader for the new BX2370 tractor they purchased from us. We are so happy to be able to help an organization that truly touches the lives of their students. Gulf Coast Tractor wishes the greatest success to SRCS in the development of so many youths in our community. Continue the course and impact lives for many generations to come.”
Solid Rock Community School is a 501c3 non-profit, tax exempt, co-educational, skill level based, K-12 private school. Solid Rock Community School caters to a diverse group of students including those who are typical, gifted, or struggle with academic delays, emotional and social differences, autism or other disabilities. Many students who do not fit in the box of traditional education excel at Solid Rock.
Currently, Solid Rock Community School rents classroom and auditorium space from three separate churches, gymnasiums for volleyball and basketball, field space for football and soccer, five storage facilities, business and office space, and space for annual special events. One lease is soon to expire and all campuses are full to capacity. Building a campus upon the newly acquired property will allow Solid Rock Community School to combine its current campuses to one location, have its own stable location, and serve more students who struggle to fit in the box of traditional school.
Building on the property cannot be started until the financial goal is raised so Solid Rock Community School is seeking people and businesses to help them reach this dream come true.
To donate toward the construction of Solid Rock Community School’s new campus, visit: GoFundMe.com/SolidRockCS-org
To find out more about Solid Rock Community School, visit SolidRockCommunitySchool.org or call (727) 934-0909