Huntington Beach teachers replaced by asbestos get gifts of propagandize supplies

October 23, 2014 - School Supplies

Huntington Beach teachers replaced by asbestos get gifts of propagandize supplies




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 National Junior Honor Society students from Dwyer Middle School in Huntington Beach accumulate early Wednesday to arrange donations of propagandize reserve for teachers and students of Ocean View School District campuses replaced by asbestos abatement.


HUNTINGTON BEACH – Parents, teachers and students from Dwyer Middle School filled a trunks of an SUV and a minivan with donated propagandize reserve on Wednesday for teachers relocated from 3 campuses in a Ocean View School District sealed for asbestos abatement.

Teachers from Lake View, Hope View and Oak View facile schools were changed with their students to 8 schools within and outward of a district Oct. 16. They were not authorised to move materials from their aged classrooms to their new locations in a eventuality a equipment were infested by asbestos.

Dwyer Middle School is a partial of a Huntington Beach City School District, though many families have clever ties to a Ocean View School District. Darby Ziegler,a mom of a Dwyer Middle School student, pronounced her comparison children also attended facile propagandize in a Ocean View School District until a family changed to a opposite home in Huntington Beach.

Ziegler’s initial greeting was to hit her children’s former teachers after conference about a miss of propagandize supplies.

“I was texting them right divided to ask, ‘Do we guys need anything?’” she said.

Ziegler afterwards suggested a concession expostulate to Dwyer Middle School’s Parent Teacher Student Association. The organisation published a list of indispensable reserve on a school’s website that includes tissues, palm wipes, crayons, pencils, erasers, pencil sharpeners and glue sticks.

Lietta Strecke, a mom of a relocated Hope View Elementary student, was among a relatives participating in a concession drive.

“Everyone is happy to assistance since it might be opposite propagandize districts, though we’re all partial of a same community,” Strecke said.

She was quite happy to see students from Dwyer’s National Junior Honors Society assisting arrange a donations.

“It gives me chills to see how a children wish to assistance out kids they might not even know,” she said. “It only shows a empathy.”

Gregg Haulk, superintendent of a Huntington Beach City School District, pronounced there are no skeleton for a districtwide concession drive, though pronounced he’s heartened by Dwyer Middle School students’ efforts to assistance their peers in a Ocean View School District.

“These are their friends, these are their neighbors; it’s only fun to watch,” he said.

Contact a writer: 714-796-7831 or dlanghorne@ocregister.com

source ⦿ http://www.ocregister.com/articles/school-639468-view-district.html

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