St. John Vianney Regional School binds fundraiser for Cleveland Elementary

March 23, 2015 - School Supplies

St. John Vianney Regional School students are a latest to assistance Cleveland Elementary students who were replaced after a glow struck a building final month.

The tyro legislature during St. John Vianney Regional School hold a week-long expostulate for propagandize supplies. Third class clergyman and tyro legislature judge Patricia Otto orderly a fundraiser with tyro officers.

President Julia Santos, clamp boss Sophie Keba, secretary Alex Echevarria, and treasurer Matthew Miller, purchased propagandize reserve with supports from a 2014-15 tyro legislature account. The students also used a financial concession from Walmart toward supplies.

The tiny glow Feb. 24 in a teachers’ prep room caused poignant fume repairs during Cleveland. No students were in a building and no one was hurt, though a district had to tighten a school, and trifle students to other Allentown schools.

District officials were incompetent to collect books, pencils and other reserve from Cleveland.

Cleveland’s initial by third grades are attending Mosser Elementary. Fourth- and fifth-graders from Cleveland have classes during Roosevelt Elementary. Kindergartners are during Lincoln Early Childhood Center.

United Way of a Greater Lehigh Valley, PPL Corp. and True Value Distribution Center also hold a fundraiser and generated $10,000 for a school.

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