Cleveland Elementary School in Allentown will free subsequent week

April 2, 2015 - School Supplies

Cleveland Elementary School in Allentown will free subsequent week after being shuttered given a Feb fire.

lRelated St. John Vianney Regional School binds fundraiser for Cleveland Elementary
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On Tuesday, students will have a full day during Cleveland, according to a news recover from a Allentown School District. Since a glow sealed a building, students in Grades 1 by 3 have been attending Mosser Elementary, and Grades 4 and 5 have been during Roosevelt Elementary.

Fire closes Allentown's Cleveland Elementary School

“We could not be happier to be entrance behind to a propagandize and a Cleveland community,” Cleveland Principal Tonya Swavely pronounced in a statement. “We will perpetually be beholden to all of a supporters, and to a Mosser and Roosevelt communities who done us feel as if we were partial of their family from a impulse we arrived.”

The propagandize during 424 N. Ninth St. was struck by a tiny glow Feb. 24 in a teachers credentials room. No students were in a building and no one was hurt, though a district had to tighten a propagandize since of fume damage. The district supposing travel for students to a other schools.

The district had to sequence new windows, doors and other materials, that were paid for by insurance.

On Wednesday, Cleveland will horde an open residence from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. for families. The open residence will embody tours of a school.

“Everyone only pulled together to safeguard that Cleveland students, their families and a staff changed brazen in a certain way,” Superintendent Russ Mayo pronounced in a statement.

District officials weren’t means to collect propagandize reserve such as books and pencils from a building, though groups hold fundraisers to assistance support a school.

The United Way of a Greater Lehigh Valley done a $10,000 concession to a propagandize for supplies. The group hold a fundraiser and True Value Distribution Center in Upper Macungie Township hold dual worker fundraisers, generating $3,000. PPL Corp supposing a $5,000 relating grant.

St. John Vianney Regional School students hold a expostulate to lift income for supplies.

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