Memphis City Schools establish Hurricane Disaster Relief fund - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis City Schools establish Hurricane Disaster Relief fund

MCS has established a Hurricane Disaster Relief fund to aid these families
through the many local charitable organizations that are directly helping
them. The MCS Hurricane Disaster Relief  account is now established at Tri
State Bank. You can send your contribution to:

MCS Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund
Memphis City Schools
Attn: Vince McCaskill or Delores Brown
2597 Avery Ave., Room 208
Memphis, TN 38112

Checks should be made payable to:  "MCS Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund."
You can also drop off  your contribution at Tri State Bank, but please
indicate that you are giving to the "MCS Hurricane Disaster Relief Fund."

Memphis City Schools will now begin a Hurricane Relief Supply Drive. We are
collecting school supplies and new school uniforms for displaced school-age
children who will enroll in Memphis City Schools. We now have a truck
parked at central office (2597 Avery Ave.) to collect and store the donated
items. If you or your school would like to donate any of these items,
please bring them to this location. It is our goal to fill up the truck.

Here is a list of items that are needed.

#2 pencils
crayons
markers, assorted colors (washable)
pocket folders with brads
pocket folders without brads
dry erase markers
Fiskars-type blunt end scissors
backpacks
ruler
glue sticks
bottled school glue
Ziploc-type freezer bags (both quart and gallon size)
tissues
Sharpie markers
paper towels
liquid antibacterial soap
spiral notebooks
writing tablets (D’Nealian for kindergarten, first, and second grade)
pencil sharpener with cover
plastic pencil box
steno pads
hand held calculator
loose leaf notebook paper (wide ruled and college ruled)
dividers (tab)
pocket dividers
3 ring binders
colored pencils
pens (red, blue, black)
mechanical pencils with erasers
erasable ink pens
report covers
highlighters
floppy disks
tape
index cards (ruled)
pocket dictionary
pocket thesaurus
stapler
erasers
white copy paper
pencil pouch
pants or skirts (tan, navy blue or black)
white shirts (long or short sleeve with a collar

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