The Community Transition School Needs Our Help

 

The Community Transitional School is trying desperately to collect enough school supplies for its community as the school year is about to begin.  The Community Transitional School serves “the hidden homeless,” the students who live with their homeless and transient families through Multnomah County.  The school is always striving to achieve its mission: To provide at-risk children with a stable educational environment that promotes their academic and personal growth.

If you are able to gather supplies, please deliver your donations to the barrel labeled “Positive Charge! for Community Transition School” at my office – Windermere Realty Trust, 6443 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy., Suite 100 M-F from 8-5:30 (closed on Labor Day), or contact me at Jon@JonCohenRealty.com or 503-720-9393 to arrange for pickup.

The Community Transitional School has an urgent need for the following items:

School Supplies

Large pencil boxes

Crayola or Prang watercolors (8 or 16 colors)

90 pound water color paper

Inexpensive paper plates

Playdough (in containers, not in kits)

Snacks for Pre-K and K classrooms)

Standard size backpacks

2-pocket folders in single colors

Plain copy paper (8 ½ x 11)

Paper Mate flair felt-tip pens (all colors)

Trapper Keeper zipper binders for middle schoolers

Post It Notes

Lined and unlined self-stick chart paper

Blue painter’s tape

Construction paper – single color packets (8 ½ x 11)

Misc. Supplies

Chinet plates

Clorox

Clorox wipes

Paper towels

Soft Scrub

Tissues

Student Tri-Met tickets for after-school Leadership Program

Office Supplies

Peel & Seal #10 envelopes

Small, disposable, single-use cold packs

Large Band-Aids for large scrapes

Postage stamps

Lables/Name Tags (Peel & Stick)

Scotch Tape refill rolls for standard dispensers

Hygiene Products

Lice shampoo and spray

Deodorant

Q-tips

Toothpaste (family size)

Hair ties and similar accessories

Other items

Athletic/tennis shoes – kids size 11 – boys and girls

 

As always, your kindness and generosity is greatly appreciated.

 

Posted on August 24, 2018 at 6:17 pm
Jon Cohen | Category: Portland Area Schools | Tagged , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *