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BCPS Sends Assistance to Lee County Public Schools Following Hurricane Ian

Superintendent Cartwright and BCPS employees

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Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) stands ready to assist our sister school districts following the devastation of Hurricane Ian. As part of the District’s initial response, today, Saturday, October 1, BCPS sent 20 staff members to assist Lee County Public Schools. The District’s staff members include custodial, maintenance and food service employees to help with recovery efforts. BCPS also provided supplies and equipment.



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