Volunteers Rally to Save Supplies during Red Oak’s Shields Elementary School – NBC 5 Dallas
December 30, 2015 - School Supplies
More than 400 volunteers answered a call from a Red Oak Independent School District Monday, assisting deliver equipment from Daniel T. Shields Elementary School.
The propagandize was shop-worn by high breeze Saturday as clever storms pushed by Ellis and Dallas counties, spawning several tornadoes.
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Exterior walls were blown down, waste is sparse via a propagandize and a roof and roof are caving in in many areas. Anything that could be saved — desks, chairs, tables and boxes of equipment — were taken in trailers to Red Oak Jr. High School.
Red Oak officials pronounced a propagandize will be sealed until repairs can be made. Meanwhile, about 500 Shields Elementary students will attend Red Oak Jr. High subsequent semester. The campus has been empty for 4 years. The propagandize will now be called Shields on Live Oak.
“We are advantageous to have a aged youth high as a proxy home for Shields Elementary. It’s critical to remember that a building is only a building. The students, relatives and staff are what make a propagandize special. We will navigate these hurdles as a family and we will be prepared to acquire a kids behind on Jan. 5,” Superintendent Dr. Scott Niven said.
District officials pronounced anyone who wants to proffer or present to a propagandize can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations will be supposed from 8 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Monday by Wednesday during a Acorn Community and Family Services Center located during 101 Live Oak Street
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