Stuff The Bus For Kids Drop Off Sites Open This Weekend In Everett

August 12, 2021

Everett Schools

This is the 12th year for Everett Public Schools Foundation Stuff the Bus for Kids campaign.

Every year the Everett Public Schools Foundation hosts a “Stuff the Bus for Kids” event to collect supplies for students returning to school in the Everett School District. There are many ways to help both online and in person.

If you can’t make a donation you can volunteer to fill the backpacks with supplies. They’re looking for 100 people to help. Click here to learn more about donating or volunteering.

Collections have been going on for some time but this is the last weekend to help Stuff the Bus for Kids! Everett Public Schools Foundation will have busses out from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Friday, Saturday and Sunday August 13th, 14th and 15th at the Mill Creek Fred Meyer at 132nd and the Bothell-Everett Highway and at QFC at 50th and Evergreen Way in Everett.

Here’s a recommended list of items.

Recommended Shopping List for Everett Public Schools Elementary Students
Backpack (1)
Portfolio/pocket folders (2)
Wide ruled notebook paper (2)
Wide ruled composition books (2)
#2 pencils – 10 to 12/pack (2)
Pink pearl erasers (2)
Scissors (1 blunt edge)
Crayola Crayons – 24 count (2)
Markers – 8 count – washable (1)
Colored Pencils – 12 count (1)
Glue Sticks (4)
Pencil box (1)

Recommended Shopping List for Everett Public Schools Middle & High School Students
Backpack (1)
3 ring binder 1”, 2” or 3” size. (1)
Dividers with tabs (1)
College ruled notebook paper (2)
College Ruled Composition Books (3)
#2 pencils – 10 to 12/pack (2)
Colored Pencils – 12 count (1)
Highlighters (2)
Pencil pouch (1)

M-E-N Sponsor McClain Insurance has been a long time supporter of the Everett Schools Foundation.

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