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Stuff-A-Bus Gets SCCS Students ‘Geared Up’ for School

The Sandy Creek Central School District in cooperation with the United Way and with the support of donations from community members, businesses and the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign helped 89 students in the community get ‘geared up’ for the school year. Through the annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign the district distributed back packs filled with crayons, pencils, and other school supplies to families in the community that find it challenging to purchase the supplies that their children need for school. SCCS Stuff-A-Bus Coordinator Brandie Norton, staff member volunteers Kelly Caster, Kathy Walter, Deb Klotz, Kathy Heck, and Suzanne Bartlett along student volunteers Rosie Walter and Sophie Walter are pictured  with just a handful of the backpacks and supplies prepared for the distribution. The eight volunteers assisted with the distribution to ensure each student received the supplies he/she will need for the year.
The Sandy Creek Central School District in cooperation with the United Way and with the support of donations from community members, businesses and the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign helped 89 students in the community get ‘geared up’ for the school year. Through the annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign the district distributed back packs filled with crayons, pencils, and other school supplies to families in the community that find it challenging to purchase the supplies that their children need for school. SCCS Stuff-A-Bus Coordinator Brandie Norton, staff member volunteers Kelly Caster, Kathy Walter, Deb Klotz, Kathy Heck, and Suzanne Bartlett along student volunteers Rosie Walter and Sophie Walter are pictured with just a handful of the backpacks and supplies prepared for the distribution. The eight volunteers assisted with the distribution to ensure each student received the supplies he/she will need for the year.