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Tangier Smith Elementary Students Help Unload Donated School Supplies

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The “Stuff-A-Bus” program provides students with supplies to help them be successful throughout the school year.

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Tangier Smith Elementary School students along with Principal Toni Komorowski and Assistant Principal Jacqueline Cabrera with volunteers from the United Way, Target and East End Bus Lines are pictured after unloading a bus filled with school supplies.

Photo by: William Floyd School District

Mastic Beach, NY - September 13, 2017 - Recently, several third graders at Tangier Smith Elementary School had the opportunity to help unload approximately 50 boxes of school supplies generously donated by the United Way of Long Island and East End Bus Lines, William Floyd’s transportation provider, which will benefit elementary students throughout the district. 
 
The “Stuff-A-Bus” program provides students with additional supplies, such as notebooks, pens, pencils, glue, highlighters, and more, to help them be successful throughout the school year. 
 
The donations will be distributed to each elementary school in the district – Tangier Smith, Moriches, John S. Hobart, Nathaniel Woodhull, William Floyd Elementary and the William Floyd Learning Center.