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Riverside donates over $11,000 to local high schools | Local News

Riverside Healthcare’s annual Scores for Schools program has donated more than $11,000 to area high schools.

“We are so proud of our local high schools for their accomplishments this year, and Riverside is grateful to be able to celebrate student-athletes and their coaches with this program,” said Kyle Benoit, senior vice president and chief operating officer. of Riverside.

This year’s check giving event took place at the new Riverside Orthopedic and Spine Center in Bourbonnais.

Schools have the opportunity to earn $25 for every home college football touchdown, $20 for every home college football game won, and for schools without a football program, $10 for every home college football goal .

Participating schools agreed to the following amounts:

Beecher High School: $770

Bishop McNamara Catholic High School: $725

Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School: $700

Clifton Central Secondary School: $770

Coal City High School: $710

Grace Christian Academy: $160

Grant Park High School: $480

Herscher High School: $555

Iroquois West High School: $695

Kankakee High School: $1,025

Kankakee Trinity Academy: $390

Manteno High School: $440

Momence High School: $695

Peotone High School: $635

Reed Custer High School: $705

Sainte-Anne secondary school: $530

Watseka High School: $805

Wilmington High School: $630