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Posted December 13, 2016

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APS School Nurses help KOAT for Kids

Steve William collects coats for KOATS for Kids

We often have health office visits by students who need a coat to keep warm during the winter months. Each year the school nurse at Truman Middle School, Steve Williams, solicits coat donations from our school nurses to help students stay warm. This year Steve collected 146 donated coats from APS school nurses to ensure the needs of children are met. Since we only have 134 school nurses in the district, it looks like some nurses were extra generous. Thanks Steve for all the work you put into this collection and thanks APS School Nurse staff!

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