School reserve expostulate still needs rigging for 1200 Ann Arbor-area students
August 16, 2015 - School Supplies
A Washtenaw County propagandize reserve expostulate for homeless students has adequate backpacks and pens for 100 students.
There’s dual weeks left and 1,200 some-more students to help.
The Washtenaw Intermediate School District’s Education Project for Homeless Youth aims to collect adequate reserve for 1,300 students. The drive ends Aug. 28.
In a 2014-2015 propagandize year, 1,295 Washtenaw County students were homeless.
Sarah Hierman, WISD grants manager, pronounced a plan is looking for volunteers to container propagandize reserve and run two- to three-hour shifts from Monday, Aug. 17 by Friday, Aug. 28.
The plan still needs:
- Tab dividers
- School supply boxes/pencil cases
- Colored pencils
- Composition books
- Toothbrushes (especially children’s)
- Travel distance tissues
The Ann Arbor News is partnering with a WISD to collect equipment for students.
Anyone meddlesome in donating can move propagandize supplies, present cards or money donations by Aug. 28, to a News during 111 N. Ashley St. in Ann Arbor or a WISD’s Teaching and Learning Center during 1819 S. Wagner Road in Ann Arbor.
Drop off hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during The Ann Arbor News and 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during a WISD.
Lindsay Knake is a K-12 education contributor for The Ann Arbor News. Follow her on twitter or hit her during 989-372-2498 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Find all Washtenaw County K-12 preparation stories on MLive.com.