Stuff a Bus will yield students uninformed reserve to start propagandize year
August 31, 2015 - School Supplies
Ray Skowronek–The Macomb Daily
For a second year in a row, Lakeview Public Schools, assisted by Junior Optimist Clubs of Lakeview High School Huskies with Heart and Jefferson Middle School Patriots with Pride — hosted a Stuff a Bus debate to collect propagandize reserve for children in need.
During a week of a St. Clair Shores Harper Cruise, donations of behind packs, lunch boxes, paper supplies, glue, highlighters, pencils, pens, binders, notebooks and some-more came in to be distributed to students from a Lakeview community. On Monday, propagandize staff members began a charge of convention a equipment for distribution.
We would like to conclude a village for their continued support, along with Bryan Mazey and a Lac St. Claire Kiwanis Club, who donated propagandize supplies, and Trinity Transportation who granted a propagandize bus. pronounced Karl Paulson, Lakeview superintendent. The partnership between a schools, village and a pivotal clubs in a city assistance us to support all children.
The reserve will be offering to those students in a city who are in need and to a students in a Macomb Intermediate School Districts Homeless Program.
Its always fun to start a new propagandize year with uninformed propagandize supplies, and we have children that will unequivocally conclude this kind gesture, Paulson said.