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Bossier Parish Schools this week began collecting clothes, hygiene products, school supplies and money for students impacted by flooding.
Many students are drastically affected by the flood waters and in serious need, Bossier Parish Schools spokeswoman Sonja Bailes said.
"So many lost everything in the flood," she said.
Donated funds will help the school district buy more hygiene products, shoes, new undergarments and colored uniforms to match individual school colors for students, according to Bailes.
As of Monday, approximately $75 has been donated to the BPSB Flood Relief account the school district set up.
"The monetary donations address the needs for those not received through the other donations," Bailes said,
Donations can be made in-person or mailed to the Bossier Parish School Board finance department at P.O. Box 2000, Benton, La., 71006.
People began dropping off uniforms and clothing at schools and centers on Monday. Churches and organizations also have contributed, but it's the assistance students are giving each other that "really tugs at your heartstrings," Bailes said.
"At (Monday's) softball game between Benton High and Parkway, what happened off the field after the game will put a lump in your throat," Bailes said. "The Benton girls gave gift cards to the Parkway players to help them and their peers replace what they lost in the flooding and then hosted a pizza party."
In addition, students from Plain Dealing High School will volunteer Wednesday to sort items donated so they can be distributed to those in need, she said.
School counselors are coordinating with the district's homeless/migrant liaison Arcenia Anthony to get the donations to students who need them.
"It's a wonderful opportunity," she said. "It's filled a wonderful place in my heart and it's a wonderful testament."
Bailes and Anthony plan to start disbursing the items this week.
If you would like to donate:
Any Bossier Parish School
2900 Douglas Drive, Bossier City.
Mail to BPSB Flood Relief Account
c/o Bossier Parish School Board
Attn: Finance Department
P.O. Box 2000
Benton, LA 71006-2000
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