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DCSS continues to help storm-impacted families

Dougherty County school board meeting. (Source: WALB) Dougherty County school board meeting. (Source: WALB)
DCSS Superintendent Dr. David Mosely (Source: WALB) DCSS Superintendent Dr. David Mosely (Source: WALB)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)

Dougherty County schools continue to help students who were impacted by January storms. 

The Dougherty County school system received many contributions and supplies from residents.

They've received $25,000 in cash, and tons of school clothes and supplies. 

3,000 students were impacted by the storm in some way, close to 600 experienced some type of loss, and a little over 100 families lost everything.

School leaders were working to help as many families as possible.

"I write thank you notes to everyone who sends them to the school and I wrote probably 10 today people sending in checks or supplies," said DCSS Superintendent Dr. David Mosely. 

Families of students that are still in need, should contact 229-431-1282.

Click here to donate. 

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