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James F. Bay Elementary

James F. Bay Elementary is a school focused on special education and preschool literacy. They strive to help underprivileged students, whether they are special need, english as a second language, or economically disadvantaged students.

James F. Bay Elementary hopes to obtain magazines because of the wide variety of topics they provide for students to read about and because of the opportunities they provide for visual learning in diverse topic areas.

 

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School

100 readers age zero to four

Seabrook, TX, USA

Needs: 100 magazines

Magazines Requested: Highlights for Children, National Geographic for Kids, and Turtle Magazine

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