High school opens pantries for students in need

February 2016
American School Board Journal;Feb2016, Vol. 203 Issue 1, p8
The article reports on the pantries at the Washington High School in Beaufort County, North Carolina operated by the school administrators, student organization and community partners where students can have whatever they need including hygienic products and school supplies.


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