Local Elementary Schools Join Forces To Help Hurricane Victims In Texas, Florida

October 9, 2017

Several Escambia County elementary schools joined forces to collect donations to help  elementary schools in Florida and Texas with hurricane recover.

Friday a loaded truck departed Lipscomb Elementary School headed to Anderson and Lemm elementary schools in Spring, TX. Anderson was flooded, which meant a loss of all paper products and most other supplies (including teachers’ materials). Lemm Elementary School’s library lost its inventory of books.

Lipscomb was assisted with donations from Bratt, Molino Park, Blue Angels and McArthur elementary schools.

Cordova Park Elementary School collected donations for Bonita Springs Elementary School in Lee County, FL. Many of their families lost their personal belongings in flooding, including their school uniforms.

Cordova Park was assisted with donations from Jim Allen, Molino Park, Scenic Heights, Ensley, Navy Point and Brentwood elementary schools, along with the Global Learning Academy.

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One Response to “Local Elementary Schools Join Forces To Help Hurricane Victims In Texas, Florida”

  1. A Mom on October 9th, 2017 10:45 am

    Byrneville Elementary had a CHANGE drive and raised money to help out :) Love seeing kids making a difference

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