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Oakley Students Receive New Winter Gear
Oakley Students Receive New Winter Gear
Posted on 01/18/2022
Students at Oakley Elementary have new hats, gloves, and scarves to enjoy while playing in the snow. Members of Biltmore Church of God gave the children the items before winter break. The snow day essentials are coming in handy this season.By: Breanna Hensley
BCS Communications Dept.

Students at Oakley Elementary have new hats, gloves, and scarves to enjoy while playing in the snow. Members of Biltmore Church of God gave the children the items before winter break. The snow day essentials are coming in handy this season.

“The Oakley community has always been a huge supporter of our school,” said Principal Dana Haney. “They look for ways to support our students, staff, and families. We work to meet all of the needs of our students. One of those needs is the ability to stay warm.”

Today, many of the students are staying warm as they enjoy having fun in the snow. On December 15, members of the community came to help the students select the right hat and gloves.

“The students are so excited and appreciative of these gifts of warmth and kindness. Many students wore their items around all day long,” said Ms. Haney. “This was not only an act of giving but a way to show love and support to our students.”

As the winter months continue, the school has plenty of remaining hats, gloves and scarves to give to those in need.

Students at Oakley Elementary have new hats, gloves, and scarves to enjoy while playing in the snow. Members of Biltmore Church of God gave the children the items before winter break. The snow day essentials are coming in handy this season.

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