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OMS students benefit from sorority donation

The Oswego City School District’s many community partners are what make its collaborative culture thrive. Thanks to the members of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority at SUNY Oswego, a generous donation of backpacks filled with school supplies was recently donated to the Oswego Middle School. An additional box was filled with school supplies, as part of an ongoing community service project the sorority offered. An increase in community connections has helped the district’s students become even more fully prepared and life ready. Pictured in the center are Phi Sigma Sigma sorority sisters Kendall Padovani, Gracie Casscles and Alyssa LoMeli, all flanked by OMS staff members.
 

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