Riverview Gardens ECEC is Sponsoring...Clothing Recycling Drive
WE NEED YOUR HELP, please donate any gently used laundered (washed) clothing items. We will be collecting donations starting September 14th thru October 16th.
Please do not buy any new items. We ask that you bring donations from home.
Newborn-Toddlers ------Clothing i.e. onesies, dresses, pants,jackets, coats etc. ---------- Shoes sizes: Newborn to 8 (in toddlers)
3yrsold-Kindergarten -------- Clothingi.e.t-shirts,pants,winter attire, dresses, jackets, coats etc. ----- Shoes sizes: 8 to 5
We will be unable to take any undergarments: underwear, tights, pajamas, long johns, socks, etc.
Joint effort to help Normandy, Riverview Gardens impresses Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon says the regional effort by St. Louis area school districts to help Normandy and Riverview Gardens could not only lead to their regaining accreditation but couldalso strengthen public education in general.(more)
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