School reserve sought for St. Mary’s

September 7, 2014 - School Supplies

Posted: Sunday, Sep 7, 2014 5:24 pm

School reserve sought for St. Mary’s

By ASHLEIGH LIVINGSTON Press-Republican

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TICONDEROGA — Donations of propagandize reserve are being sought for children and teachers of St. Mary’s Catholic School in Ticonderoga. 

The propagandize was badly shop-worn in a suspected arson fire late Friday night. 

“From what I’ve heard, a lot of what’s been mislaid has been due to H2O damage,” said Community Chair of a Southern Essex County Girl Scouts Debbie Barber, who orderly a supply collection effort. 

Knowing that many of a equipment relatives purchased for their children to move to school, as good as teachers’ supplies, might not have done it by a incident, she hopes to gangling St. Mary’s and a families from carrying to squeeze them again. 

“As we know, that things can be utterly costly,” Barber said. 

In addition, she noted, a propagandize has always been understanding of a Girl Scouts, some members of that also attend St. Mary’s. 

“I suspicion it was a good village use plan for a girls to do,” Barber said. 

Without meaningful for certain that equipment are recoverable from a school, she is collecting reserve that teachers during any category turn need students to move with them to class.

Those include folders, tissues, Clorox wipes, palm wipes, Germ X, glue sticks, pencils, scissors, crayons (24 or less), pencil bags, erasers, zip-lock bags (gallon or quart size), turn notebooks, combination notebooks, loose-leaf paper, book covers (large), highlighters, paper towels, 2.5-inch binders, dividers, pencil zip cases for binders, blue and black pens, pencil sharpeners, zip drives, 2- to 3-inch three-ring binders with pockets on a inside covers, heavy-duty slot folders with holes to go into a binders, rulers, colored pencils. 

Also being sought are present cards and books for a propagandize library.

Drop locations for a equipment have been determined during mixed locations in Ticonderoga, including a chateau during 42 Burgoyne Road, a Dollar Tree, Montcalm Liquors and a Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce.

 

— Staff Writer Lohr McKinstry contributed to this report. 


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