The school needs Expo dry erase markers, sticky notes, chart paper, headphones, tissues and composition notebooks.
by: City of Bunnell
In support of Bunnell Elementary School, the Bunnell Police Department is hosting a school supply drive now through Aug. 10. Donations can be dropped off at the police station, 1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 14, behind the Flagler Government Services building.
“We ask the entire community to come together to support area students and teachers start off the new school year with all the supplies they need to be successful,” Bunnell Police Chief David Brannon said. “Florida’s tax-free holidays run through Aug. 7, and many stores offer BOGO and deep discounts on school supplies right now as we prepare to get back to school.”
Bunnell Elementary School told Chief Brannon they need these items: -
- Expo dry erase markers
- Sticky notes
- Chart paper
- Composition notebooks
Anyone who wants to make a donation but can not get to the police station can call 386-437-7508 during regular business hours (7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), and an officer will come by and pick up in Bunnell. Monetary donations or gift cards can not be accepted.