LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Lots of of books have been given to native college students and academics Tuesday at a JCPS faculty.
Volunteers from KPMG, a tax and audit firm, and Metro Louisville United Approach handed out new books this morning at Rutherford Elementary.
It is all a part of a nationwide program referred to as “Learn to Succeed,” which goals to assist college students in low-revenue communities have entry to extra books.
“You will by no means understand how a lot this really means to our college students,” stated Dr. Kenya Natsis, the principal at Rutherford. “Lots of our college students don’t have a whole lot of assets at house. So yearly, we attempt to give our college students books to ship house with them, so not solely are they studying right here at college, however they’re additionally studying at residence as nicely.”
Volunteers with the “Learn to Succeed” program are anticipated to cross out greater than one hundred fifty,000 new books throughout the nation.
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