Howe Hall AIMS students meet challenge

  • Thursday, January 31, 2013

Photo Provided Howe Hall AIMS students collect supplies to donate to Teacher’s Supply Closet.

To celebrate 100 days of school, each grade level at Howe Hall AIMS was challenged to collect 100 specific items to be donated to the Teacher’s Supply Closet.
The students collected 100 composition notebooks from fifth grade, 104 folders from fourth grade, 115 packages of glue from third grade, 189 boxes of crayons from second grade, 127 packs of erasers from first grade and 100-plus pencils from Kindergarten.
The Teacher’s Supply Closet’s is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve the educational and creative needs of children in the Tri-County area by providing free merchandise, donated from businesses and individuals, for teachers to use in their classrooms.

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