CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Kids in Need Resource Center CKIN is now open to teachers from over 200 qualified schools to "shop" for free supplies for needy students.
CKIN offers students and teachers supplies for grades K-12 that includes not only pens, pencils, crayons, glue, paper and thousands of books, but teaching supplies as well. All to the children and schools most in need.
Those served include public, charter, private and parochial schools from all around Greater Cleveland. Teachers may "shop" once per semester for items to aid in engaging and enabling their students to ensure that every child is prepared to learn.
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