“These resources for our homeless youth will provide more tools for them to succeed in classes and graduate from high school,” said LUHSD Assistant Superintendent Gene Clare. “We are very pleased to partner with such an organization and to provide every support we can for our students.”
Supplies include tote bags filled with materials ranging from notebooks to dry erase boards. The supplies were delivered to the district free of charge and will be distributed to students at each site.
The supplies will supplement the McKinney Vento Homeless Student Education Program, which provides supplies, services, referrals and other support through grant funding. For more information the program at LUHSD, click here.