O-D School Board Accepts Donations for T-Shirts, Lunch Accounts, Signage

A number of donations were accepted by the Oregon-Davis School Board Monday. Some students will getting new t-shirts, thanks to a pair of donations from Lee Nagai, according to Superintendent Dr. Don Harman. “[He] donated $100 to help with the cost of first [and second] grade t-shirts and then also 35 t-shirts that were purchased for the pep band,” Harman explains. “So we appreciate Lee Nagai’s assistance there.”

Additionally, Harman says Traffic Control Specialists donated about $600 worth of signs and posts. “Most of those were handicap signs, and we have installed those,” he says. “So we greatly appreciate that partnership.”

Board members also accepted a $250 donation to the varsity cheerleaders from VFW Post 748, and a $300 donation from the Starke County Sheriff’s Department, to cover negative lunch account balances at the elementary school. The Sheriff’s Department was able to give $300 to each of the county’s three elementary schools, thanks to a “No Shave November” fundraiser.