Schools supplies donated

Posted 8/6/21

Each school also received a pallet of hand sanitizer to help fight COVID.

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Schools supplies donated


PALM BEACH COUNTY -- On Aug. 5, the Education Foundation, Jewish Foundation, Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office, US Sugar and other agencies blessed Canal Point Elementary, Glade View Elementary, Pioneer Park Eementary & Rosenwald Elementary with backpacks full of school supplies for their students to start school with. Each school also received a pallet of hand sanitizer to help fight COVID.

The schools are grateful for the continuous partnerships of donors who supports the students year round.

K9s Reggie and Griffin, who visited the schools on Aug. 5, are Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Therapy Dogs. They were sworn in on July 14 after completing 400 hours of training at Paws & Strips College in Brevard, Florida to qualify as trauma dogs. They will be used to help victims of trauma.