HomeEducationFoundation hosts Back-to-School Fair benefitting local youth
Pain spread across Jessica Sadberry’s face as she received her immunizations during the Wylie Education Foundation’s Back To School Fair held at McMillan Junior High Aug. 8. The annual event helps take the sting out of going back to school by offering immunizations, haircuts and other school necessities for students in need.
Foundation hosts Back-to-School Fair benefitting local youth
Shah Kahn looks through sleepy eyes as Jonathan Robinson gives him a fresh buzz cut. Shah received his stylish new cut during the Wylie Education Foundation Back to School event held at McMillan Junior High Aug. 8.
Approximately 900 students were provided with school dress code attire, backpacks filled with supplies, hair cuts and immunizations at the Back to School event hosted by the Wylie Education Foundation at McMillan Junior High Aug. 8. The foundation plans to drop off 200 additional backpacks filled with supplies to schools across Wylie.
Morgan Healey, left, and Taryn Teggatz, right, are the salutatorian and valedictorian, respectively, of the 2021 senior class of Wylie East High School. Both students plan to attend the University of Texas at Austin, where Healey will major in business and Teggatz will major in chemistry. Read more about these seniors in the May 12 edition of the Wylie News. ... See MoreSee Less