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Clay County School Opens Children’s Closet For Students

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Orange Park High School in Clay County opened a children’s closet for students in need. Thanks to a collaboration between the Clay County School District and the non-profit organization, Dignity U Wear, students now have a way to get the clothes they need for school.

 Families must meet with a school social worker who will help find the clothing for them. There are currently over 1,000 pieces of clothing in the closet.

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