Donations help support most vulnerable of students

As coordinator of the KPBSD Students in Transition Program, I am always appreciative of individuals, agencies, and businesses in our community that raise awareness and help support local student homelessness. A sincere “thank-you” to Jumping Junction for their collection and donation of winter gear — these items will be dispersed to local elementary schools and will benefit many of our most vulnerable students.


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