CCC’s Department of Social Sciences Launches Fourth Annual School Supply Drive

When school supplies run low, teachers often dip into their own finances to buy what is needed to provide and enhance the educational process. Coahoma Community College is committed to doing its part to ensure the next generation of young people has what they need by helping eradicate that expense for local educators.

CCC’s Social Science Department has launched it's Fourth Annual School Supply Drive that will benefit an elementary school in the Tallahatchie County area.

CCC’s Department of Social Sciences Launches Fourth Annual School Supply Drive

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Marriel Hardy

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Mon Mar 19, 2018

When school supplies run low, teachers often dip into their own finances to buy what is needed to provide and enhance the educational process. Coahoma Community College is committed to doing its part to ensure the next generation of young people has what they need by helping eradicate that expense for local educators.

CCC’s Social Science Department has launched it's Fourth Annual School Supply Drive that will benefit an elementary school in the Tallahatchie County area.

The drive, happening now through March 29, 2018, is open to all CCC faculty, staff, students, alumni as well as community members who would like to contribute.

“School supplies are running low in the spring and teachers often spend their own money to supply their classrooms,” said CCC Social Sciences instructor Rosie Miller. “We thought this was a way we could give back.”

Boschert said the success of last year’s drive, which yielded dozens of supplies, inspired the department to host a fourth drive.

She encourages everyone to participate in this opportunity to give back to the community.

To contribute to the drive, drop off school supplies such as pencils, paper, glue, crayons, markers, hand sanitizer, and tissue to any instructor in the Social Science Department.

For more information about this initiative, contact Rosie Miller at (662) 621-4857.