DENVILLE, NJ - Denville Social Services is once again conducting its annual “Back to School Assistance Program" to help less fortunate students in the township have supplies for the coming school year. The program will run from Aug. 1 to Aug. 18.
Many parents in the township are unable to afford the school supplies their children need to make a good start this coming academic year. The assistance program provides a way for people to "nurture and support the future public servants, tradespeople, professionals, entrepreneurs and leaders that will guide Denville into the future," said Denville Social Service Coordinator Stephen Dublanica.
For a more complete list of supplies and individual class needs, goto: http://www.school-supply-list.com/schools/morris-knolls-high-rockaway-nj-school-supplies-list-5818. For a breakdown of students by age and gender, goto: http://bit.ly/2uM2I41
Donations are distributed to families registered with Denville Social Services.