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July 23, 2014

“Stuff the Bus” at Walmart this weekend

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As teachers filter into area scho0ls to prepare for the 2014-15 school year, it is once again time to “stuff the bus” with supplies. Teachers will take shifts on Monday to unload the donated supplies. at Teachers’ Warehouse.

The Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation will host the 4th Annual “Stuff the Bus” drive at local Wal-Mart stores in Clarksville on July 26–27.

Donated items will be available to teachers for classroom use at no cost through the Education Foundation Teacher Warehouse store. More than 1,140 teachers utilized the Teachers’ Warehouse last year.

Throughout the year various new and used  items are donated to help support classroom instruction.

Teachers can spend an average of $500-$1,000 a year out-of-pocket o help outfit their classrooms’ learning materials, books and basic supplies.  The donated items can include assorted paper, pencils, pens, crayons, dry erase markers, Kleenex, art supplies, and more. CMCSS teachers find many of these supplies at Teachers’ Warehouse.

 



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