Organizations reach out to replace LCE classroom libraries

LCM Administrators and representatives from Lifetouch, TEPSA and Scholastics Books pose prior to the books being handed over to the school.

Staff and students at Little Cypress Elementary in Orange received an exciting gift recently from three organizations that have worked together to provide classroom libraries to the school, which was devastated by the flood from Hurricane Harvey.

Lifetouch, the leading provider of school and family photography, teamed up with the Texas Elementary Principal and Supervisors Association (TEPSA) and Scholastic Book Fairs to donate 1,090 new books to Little Cypress Elementary. The books will be used to help rebuild the school’s classroom libraries, which were destroyed by Hurricane Harvey last year.


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