LAKE WYLIE — The final push is on to help put needed supplies in Clover students’ hands when the bell rings Aug. 21.
All four York County school districts have been holding their annual drives for school supplies. The drives are a partnership between the school districts and The Herald and its sister community newspapers – Lake Wylie Pilot, Enquirer-Herald and Fort Mill Times.
Donations will be collected through Friday, Aug. 9. Supplies will be distributed from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 10, at Clover School District Resource Center, 300 Clinton Ave.
Want to give?
School supplies needed: Three-ring binders (1-inch, 2-inch, 3-inch, 5-inch), backpacks, Clorox wipes, colored pencils, construction paper, crayons, dividers, dry erase markers, facial tissue, flash drive, folders with prongs, glue sticks, graph paper, hand sanitizer, handheld pencil sharpeners, highlighters, index cards, ink pens, loose leaf notebook paper (college and wide rule), Lysol, Marble composition notebooks, markers, pencil pouches, pencils, pocket folders, Post-it Notes, ruler, scissors, spiral notebooks, staples, tape, white copy paper, Ziploc bags.
Monetary donations: Checks may be made out to Clover School District Supply Drive. Donations may be dropped off at Clover School District office, 604 Bethel St., Clover; or Clover Community Bank locations.
Where to drop off: Donations may be dropped off at Clover School District office, 604 Bethel St., Clover; or Clover Community Bank locations: 5196 Charlotte Hwy., Lake Wylie; or 124 N. Main St., Clover.