Students need certain tools and supplies when they are at school to help them stay focused on their tasks and be able to complete their assignments in a thorough and accurate way. Unfortunately, not all kids have access to the supplies they need, which can put them at a disadvantage in relation to other students.
In Oklahoma City, however, students in public schools will now have more of the supplies they need thanks to a truckload of school supplies that has been donated by Stillwater National Bank. The bank gave The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools all of the office supplies it no longer uses, instead of throwing them away, so students could put them to good use in the classroom.
The 27-foot truck unloaded last Wednesday with a number of tools that are still functional and can be reused by students. Some of the items included calculators and notebooks, which will be distributed to different public schools throughout the city.
The Foundation of Oklahoma City Public School aims to provide supplemental needs for students throughout the public school system and creates awareness about the needed help and support that every student must have in order to perform well in school.
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