The Kevin & Brittany Kisner Foundation will award its first grant Tuesday at the regular meeting of the Aiken County Board of Education.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at South Aiken High School at 232 East Pine Log Road.
The grant will be used for pre-concussion screenings on all Aiken County athletes and honors David Massie, a brother of Dr. Vaughan Massie, one of the foundation's board members.
The foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to creating a positive environment for children to grow into responsible adults, according to its website. Charitable funding is provided for organizations that promote children’s fitness, health, education and opportunities to participate in sports.
Kevin Kisner is a professional golfer from Aiken. Kisner has two career PGA Tour victories and finished in second eight times in his 8-year career, including a second place finish in last year's British Open.
In other business, the board will consider the proposed schedule for its 2019-20 calendar.
The board also is expected to approve a $1,500 donation from the Bee Cause Project to Ridge Spring-Monetta High School. The donation will be used to buy beekeeper safety gear and honey extraction and processing equipment for the schools agricultural program.
Other agenda items are as follows:
• Consideration of bids for the new Graniteville Elementary food service equipment project
• Submission of the Summer Reading Camp Community Partnership Grant
• Submission of the Distinguished Arts Program (DAP) 2019-20 Arts Curricular Innovation Grant application for New Ellenton Middle STEAM Magnet School, Leavelle McCampbell Middle School and East Aiken School of the Arts.