Fill the Bus school supply drive in Kent set for Aug. 20

Drop off donations at Kent Station and other locations

  • Wednesday, August 12, 2020 2:04pm
  • News

The eighth annual Fill the Bus school supply drive by Communities in Schools is from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20, at Kent Station shopping center and several other locations.

Drop off donations at:

• Johnny Rockets at Kent Station, 438 Ramsay Way

• Curran Law Firm, 555 W. Meeker St.

• Kent Chamber of Commerce, 523 W. Meeker St.

• Kent School District Administration offices, 12033 SE 256th St.

• Communities in Schools, 202 W. Gowe St.

Items needed include backpacks, Expo markers, ear buds, thumb drives, composition notebooks, college ruled paper, Sharpies, writing utensils, glue sticks, face masks, 2-pocket folders, hand sanitizers and 3-ring binders

No supplies will be handed out on Aug. 20. Families can go to the Kent School District website and fill out a request form of their needs. Details for delivering or pick ups for students and families will be determined once requests received.

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