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Very Generous Book Donations from Vail Spread Throughout Our State!
Thank you so much to Mella and Katie from the Vail Ski and Snowboarding Academy for boxing up hundreds of books that were not being used in their library! They even made the long ride to deliver them to Highlands Ranch! These books are already landing in districts up in Thornton, in Northeast Denver, Colorado Springs and Grand Junction!
Katie was dedicated enough to help box up, load up, and drive all the way from Vail to deliver these books!
This carload of books from one school library will be benefiting so many classrooms throughout our state!
We are eager to have a storage space soon to get our house back!
Hundreds of books in pristine condition ready to be gathered up by educators in Title One Schools!
Here are some of the joyful educators picking up those books from Vail and saving hundreds of dollars of their own money by not having to buy books for their classrooms!
Shannon took time out of her weekend to gather books for the families in the Montclair Community!
Kendra drove all the way from Thornton to create a new classroom library in her new school teaching a new grade level!
Sara gathered books for her students with Special Needs as well as some Safety Soothing Sacks as well!
Traylor Academy hosted a “Big Book Giveaway!”
Another One of Our Adopted Schools Enjoys Books to Call Their Own!
Students at Mulholm Elementary in Jefferson County were delighted to choose five books each to call their own for Summer Reading! Thank you to Jim White and generous neighbors paying books forward to this deserving school!
We are very grateful to the Student Council at Coyote Creek Elementary School in Douglas County! Miss Sophia does an amazing job articulating how they collected over 1,000 books to pay forward! Click here to watch: sophia
Here is a perfect example of where donations are landing! Here is the best representation of where books land that are donated! Deserving schools and dedicated educators that invite students to come and choose books to call their own!
Another dedicated educator, Carrie Aylor, not only met me halfway to collect books on her day off, but she also paid forward books to us that her daughters no longer enjoyed!
Dr. Dee Jackson took time out of her weekend to collect hundreds of books for a deserving school in DPS!
Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy needed high-interest boy books and graphic novels for their high school readers.
We have adopted Mulholm Elementary to replace their tattered and outdated books in their school library!
This passionate educator drove all the way up to collect these books for Pikes Peak High School where they do not have enough engaging books for their students!