Stuff A Bus Stops at Stimson

Volunteers from Huntington Coach, and United Way pitched-in with our Stimson Middle School student leaders, to unload a bus full of needed supplies. Deputy Superintendent Jacci Harris, fourth from left in photo, would like to thank our friends at Huntington Coach and our partners from United Way of LI for their generosity and support.
Volunteers from Huntington Coach, and United Way pitched-in with our Stimson Middle School student leaders, to unload a bus full of needed supplies. Deputy Superintendent Jacci Harris, fourth from left in photo, would like to thank our friends at Huntington Coach and our partners from United Way of LI for their generosity and support.
Student government officers and volunteers from United Way and Huntington Coach were working hard to unload a bus full of much needed school supplies.
Student government officers and volunteers from United Way and Huntington Coach were working hard to unload a bus full of much needed school supplies.

The spirit of community service was in full force recently as the generous members of the United Way teamed up with Huntington Coach and volunteers to donate a busload of school supplies for our South Huntington children.  There was a special feeling of cooperation in the air at Stimson Middle School as students from the Student Government formed an assembly line to unload the countless boxes of school bags, books, markers, writing tablets, pencils, pens, and more that filled the full-size bus.

“Our Student Government Advisor Ms. Sharon Smith and her student government officers have been working hard this morning unloading this bus load of much needed school supplies,” said Stimson principal Mr. Edwin Smith.  “Our plan this year is to sort out all of the donated materials and send them out to all of our buildings, this way everyone can share in this incredible donation.”

“Our Partnership with United Way continues to be a valuable resource to students in our district. The school supplies will be distributed to our school social workers to share with students in need," said Deputy Superintendent Jacci Harris.