Oakwood Schools are helping Trotwood Madison Early Learning Center students affected by the Memorial Day tornadoes by collecting, donating 400 filled backpacks.
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“Many families in the areas were touched by the tornadoes and have enough on their plates to get their home up and running right now. I thought we could make the burden a bit lighter, it would be helpful,” Smith Elementary first-grade teacher Mary Linzmeier said.
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Anyone can donate a filled backpack, an empty backpack or any of the needed supplies. Donations can be dropped off from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 5 at the blacktop area of Smith Elementary, 1701 Shafor Blvd.
Needed supplies include:
- Early reader book
- 1 Box Flash Cards, Assorted
- 1 Package Construction Paper, Pad, 9" × 12", 50-count
- 1 notebook, wide-ruled, 70-count
- 1 Sharpener, Pencil, Double Barrel, Canister
- 2 Glue Sticks, Dries Clear, .28 oz.
- 1 Box Crayons, 24 count
- 1 dozen Pencils, #2, Unsharpened, All Wood
- 2 Erasers, Pink, Large
- 1 Box Markers, 10 count, Washable, Wide-Tipped
- 1 Pair Scissors, 5 1/4″, Blunt Tip
- 4 Pencils, Beginner, w/Eraser
- 1 Box Facial Tissues
- 1 Container of disinfectant wipes
If you have any questions, contact Linzmeier at email@example.com.