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Evergreen Public Schools donates medical supplies to CRESA

first_imgEvergreen Public Schools donates medical supplies to CRESAPosted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Thursday, March 26, 2020in: Youthshare 0 The supplies came from the district’s ‘shelter in place’ kits and health rooms VANCOUVER — Following a call by Clark County emergency coordinators for donations of medical supplies, Evergreen Public Schools today delivered over 11,000 masks, thousands of splash shields, and hundreds of pairs of safety glasses to Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency (CRESA).Evergreen Public Schools donated thousands of masks today for use in Clark County hospitals during the COVID-19 outbreak. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public SchoolsEvergreen Public Schools donated thousands of masks today for use in Clark County hospitals during the COVID-19 outbreak. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public Schools“We wanted to provide our First Responders and Healthcare professionals with tools that they need to protect themselves during the COVID-19 outbreak. We know that CRESA will get these supplies to those that need them in our community,” said Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent Mike Merlino.Janet Locasio, Program Coordinator, Home Choice Academy, holds boxes of masks to be donated to Clark County hospitals. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public SchoolsJanet Locasio, Program Coordinator, Home Choice Academy, holds boxes of masks to be donated to Clark County hospitals. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public SchoolsThe district collected the medical supplies from multiple schools and buildings. The masks, shields and glasses came from our schools’ “Shelter in Place” kits, health rooms,  medical and dental programs and other College Career & Technical Education (CCTE) programs. Boxes of medical supplies donated by Evergreen Public Schools arrive at a warehouse set up by CRESA. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public SchoolsBoxes of medical supplies donated by Evergreen Public Schools arrive at a warehouse set up by CRESA. Photo courtesy Evergreen Public SchoolsCRESA is seeking other donations of unopened boxes of masks, gloves, gowns, and other medical equipment. To arrange a drop-off, they’re asking that people email [email protected] provided by Evergreen Public SchoolsAdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:Clark CountyCovid-19LatestVancouvershare 0 Previous : Clark County jail releases close to 200 inmates due to COVID-19 Next : VIDEO: Clark County Today reporter may have COVID-19AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more