Reed Middle School Collects Donations for Puerto Rico in Aftermath of Hurricane Maria

Reed Middle School Collects Donations for Puerto Rico in Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Posted on 10/08/2017
This is the image for the news article titled Reed Middle School Collects Donations for Puerto Rico in Aftermath of Hurricane MariaThe Reed Middle School students in grades 6, 7 and 8, members of the National Junior Honor Society, and the Reed Middle School Administration, Faculty and Staff conducted a drive to collect items for families in Puerto Rico, many of whom lost their belongings and homes following Hurricane Maria. The Reed Middle School Family collected tens of thousands of items including cases of water, non-perishable foods, soaps, hygiene and first aid items, cases of disposable baby diapers, bags of dog food and much, much more. The collection was being delivered to Brentwood Fire Department for shipment by the US Army to Puerto Rico where the much-needed items will be distributed. Pictured with a representative group of students and the bounty of items that were collected are Superintendent of Schools Dr, Howard M. Koenig, Reed Middle School Principal Matthew Matera, Reed Middle School Assistant Principal Jason Nemes and faculty members Ivette Rios, Donna Capon, Michael Coniker and Maria Hernandez.
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