Contributions support students in transition

I would like to recognize recent contributors to the KPBSD Students in Transition Program for homeless children and youth: the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Sterling Ward Relief Society Sisters along with the Sterling Young Women (ages 12-18), the local Veterans of Foreign Wars, the local Order of the Purple Heart, the KPBSD Student Nutrition Services staff, and our local Fred Meyer store/the Kroger Foundation. Thank you for your generous donations and the time and energy spent on collecting them.

These supplies and supports play an important part in assisting our students, and your efforts are sincerely appreciated.

Kelly King

KPBSD Homeless Liason

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