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Teachers Surprised with $18,500 Donation from OOLY and AdoptAClassroom.org

Vista CA— Twenty-nine teachers at Vista’s Casita Center for Technology, Science and Math, 260 Cedar Road, were surprised with a donation totaling more than $18,500 during a school assembly on Friday. The donation included a $7,000 shopping spree with AdoptAClassroom.org and an in-kind donation of OOLY trend-forward arts, crafts and school supplies valued at over $11,500.

Melissa Hruza from AdoptAClassroom.org and Laura Smith – Principal, Casita Center

“OOLY is aware of the great work Casita Center is doing, and their need for additional resources, as an OOLY employee’s child attends the magnet school. The teachers will use the funds and supplies to create an even better learning experience for their students in the classroom.”

As part of OOLY’s commitment to education, OOLY has teamed-up with AdoptAClassroom.org and become title sponsor of the OOLY Art Fund. The OOLY Art Fund celebrates innovation and creativity in the classroom.

About OOLY

OOLY supplies are sold in thousands of retail stores and are enjoyed by consumers all over the world. The company designs and produces art supplies, stationery items and DIY kits that will Create Your Happy! Find us at ooly.com

About Adoptaclassroom.Org

AdoptAClassroom.org empowers teachers by providing the classroom supplies and materials needed to help their students learn and succeed. As an award-winning 501(c)(3), AdoptAClassroom.org makes it easy for individual donors and corporate sponsors to donate funds to K-12 classrooms in public, private and charter schools throughout the U.S.  On average, teachers spend $600 of their own money each year to equip their classrooms – 20% of teachers spend more than $1000 annually. Since 1998 AdoptAClassroom.org has raised more than $30 million and benefited more than 4.2 million students. AdoptAClassroom.org holds a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. For more information, or to adopt a classroom, please visit www.adoptaclassroom.org.

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