Students at Dr. Rose H. Wilder Elementary School received a generous donation of winter coats from the Scott’s Branch High School Class of 1982, aimed at ensuring that every student in the district is well-equipped to stay warm through the colder months ahead.
As temperatures drop, the need for warm clothing becomes increasingly critical. This significant contribution will provide relief to many families within our district, enabling students to focus on their education without the worry of winter hardships. The guidance department and administrative team identified students and assisted Rev. Charlie Thomas, former class president, in distributing coats to students.
“We are so thankful for the generous donation from the Scott’s Branch High School Class of 1982. The students at RWE will benefit from the donations both now and in the future,” stated Joaquin Brown, Principal of Dr. Rose Wilder Elementary School. “In times of limited resources, donations such as yours make an incredible difference in the lives of our students.”
The Clarendon County School District would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to the SBHS Class of 1982 for their thoughtful contribution. This act of generosity will have a lasting impact on the lives of our students, helping them to stay warm and engaged in their educational journey.
“It isn’t what you have in your pocket that makes you thankful, but what you have in your heart.”
Clarendon County School District is dedicated to providing a nurturing and supportive educational environment for all students. This generous donation is just one example of how the district and the community come together to ensure that the physical and emotional needs of students are met, fostering an environment conducive to learning and growth.