Cherokista Jackson drops off a box of notebooks at a school bus parked outside the Comprehensive Health Services Medical Center in Okatie on July 24, 2014. She and other Beaufort County residents and businesses helped "Pack the Bus" during the final day of the Beaufort County School District's annual campaign. The donated supplies for needy students included No. 2 pencils, scissors, paper, spiral notebooks, three-ring binders, colored pencils and crayons, backpacks and calculators. They will be distributed to schools before the new school year begins on August 18. "This is a great way to help schools prepare for August 18," said Superintendent Jeff Moss. "It's terrific to see our businesses, our community groups and citizens step up to help kids whose families can't afford all of the supplies they need."
Cherokista Jackson drops off a box of notebooks at a school bus parked outside the Comprehensive Health Services Medical Center in Okatie on July 24, 2014. She and other Beaufort County residents and businesses helped "Pack the Bus" during the final day of the Beaufort County School District's annual campaign. The donated supplies for needy students included No. 2 pencils, scissors, paper, spiral notebooks, three-ring binders, colored pencils and crayons, backpacks and calculators. They will be distributed to schools before the new school year begins on August 18. "This is a great way to help schools prepare for August 18," said Superintendent Jeff Moss. "It's terrific to see our businesses, our community groups and citizens step up to help kids whose families can't afford all of the supplies they need." Staff photo
Cherokista Jackson drops off a box of notebooks at a school bus parked outside the Comprehensive Health Services Medical Center in Okatie on July 24, 2014. She and other Beaufort County residents and businesses helped "Pack the Bus" during the final day of the Beaufort County School District's annual campaign. The donated supplies for needy students included No. 2 pencils, scissors, paper, spiral notebooks, three-ring binders, colored pencils and crayons, backpacks and calculators. They will be distributed to schools before the new school year begins on August 18. "This is a great way to help schools prepare for August 18," said Superintendent Jeff Moss. "It's terrific to see our businesses, our community groups and citizens step up to help kids whose families can't afford all of the supplies they need." Staff photo

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