On Wednesday, Tennessee First Lady Maria Lee and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn visited Westwood Elementary in Manchester. They assisted Manchester City Schools Family Resource Center in processing and packaging student needs fulfilled through the Tennessee Serves Purposity campaign.
The first lady’s Tennessee Serves initiative has partnered with the Department of Education and Purposity, a free app, to streamline how Tennesseans can serve individuals, families, and students by fulfilling needs directly from their phone.
Manchester City Schools had posted hundreds of needs through the district’s Family Resource Center. These items will now be delivered to students and families.
Photo provided as of a courtesy by the Manchester Times