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Two Rivers High School develops donation center to help students in need

6:52 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
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In many cases, when students need clothes, personal hygiene products or school supplies, they go to the store or tell their parents what they need. For some students, however, those aren't options because neither they nor their parents have the money to pay for the items.

A class of English students at Two Rivers High School is doing something about that. The English 10 class, under the direction of teacher Jim Pautz, is developing a donation center at the school called "The Raiders' Cove" to provide clothing and other items free of charge to students who need them. The district's elementary ...

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