Lakeville Schools Seeking School Supply Donations This Summer
Lakeville Area Public Schools is collecting school supplies and other items for students in need throughout the summer – and they’re looking to the community for help.
According to a district release, the annual Ready, Set, Achieve! event provides K-12 families in need with the supplies they need to confidently send their children back to school in the fall.
Among the items the district is hoping to collect include: New backpacks, supplies (No.2 pencils, pens (black, blue red), glue, highlighters, 24ct. crayons, 8-10 ct. markers, dry erase markers, 8-10ct. colored pencils, pocket folders (red, yellow, green, blue and purple), rulers, scissors, single subject notebooks, erasers, 3 ring binders, book covers, TI 30 calculators, graphing calculators, headphones, flash drives), spirit wear, new clothing, winter coats, elementary age snow pants/boots, gloves/mittens, winter hats, and monetary support.
Since 2014, this program has provided more than 2,000 students with the items they need.
Items can be dropped off at the donation box located at Crystal Lake Education Center (16250 Ipava Avenue West) Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout the summer.
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