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The Indian River County Lawyers Auxiliary has partnered with the Education Foundation of Indian River County to provide school supplies to students, through their classroom teachers. 

 

Public and independent primary and secondary school teachers in Indian River County have the opportunity to make requests based upon need.  Principals must review all requests made by their staff, in order to avoid duplicating items that may have already been donated to the school by the Education Foundation of Indian River County, or other local partners.

 

Our “Tools to Learn” program is meant to supplement hands on school supplies that were not provided by students, or other sources, at the beginning of the year, or to replenish supplies that may be running low in the middle of the school year.  Requests may be submitted from September through March.

 

 

Some supplies that MAY be available at any given time include:

3-ring binders

Composition books

Construction paper

Crayons

Dry Erase Markers

Earbuds

Large Pink Erasers

2-pocket folders (with or without prongs)

Notebook paper

Student pencil sharpeners

Poster Board

Post it Notes

Rulers

Scissors

Spiral Notebooks

Ziplock Bags

Pencils

Pens

Tissues

Hand Sanitizer

 

Other items may be requested.  All requests will be reviewed by members of the Indian River County Lawyers Auxiliary.  You will be notified promptly if your request has or has not been granted, and we will make every effort to deliver supplies to your school as soon as possible.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

Our request form will be available from September through March. 

Please check back soon.

 

Questions? 

Please see our “Tools to Learn” Facebook page or email us at irclawyersauxiliary@gmail.com


















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