Walmart and DonorsChoose.org have partnered up to fulfill every single WV teacher’s campaign for classroom needs. The announcement was made this morning with a special visitor — former Marshall Quarterback Chad Pennington.
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MILTON, W.Va — After receiving every item she had sought in an online donation campaign Friday, Milton Elementary School third-grade teacher Jennifer Saul will have to go back to the books and rewrite the lesson plans she worked hard to complete over the summer.
MILTON — After receiving every item she had sought in an online donation campaign Friday, Milton Elementary School third-grade teacher Jennifer Saul will have to go back to the books and rewrite the lesson plans she worked hard to complete over the summer.
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