Oracle School District has annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign

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Oracle – The Mountain Vista School’s National Junior Honor Society is, once again, planning its annual “Stuff the Bus” campaign. The response to past drives has been terrific and the wonderful school supplies and copy paper donations have been much appreciated by the Oracle School District students.

School supplies, such as pencils, backpacks, glue sticks, notebook paper, highlighters, etc., are always a huge need in our small rural district. Due to high usage of technology by students, computer copy paper is also a significant need. Can’t make it to the store to buy computer paper or school supplies? No problem. Monetary donations are gladly accepted.

Please come by and support their efforts. On Saturday, August 16, from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., look for the small yellow Oracle School District bus at the Minit Market on SaddleBrooke Blvd., in SaddleBrooke. Or, on the same day, from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. find it at the SaddleBrooke Ranch. .Drop off sites are also available at the Oracle Elementary School District Office, the Mountain Vista School Office.

“We thank you, again, for all you do and your continued support of our students.” says a representative of the students and staff of Oracle Elementary School District # 2.

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