Thousands of Houston-area students are without food, clothing and supplies with school year approach


>>>>>>HOUSTON>>>HOUSTON ISD>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING LIGHTEN>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING LIGHTEN THE>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR>>>HOUSTON ISD STAFF IS
HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR A HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR A HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR A
LOT HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR A
LOT OF HELPING LIGHTEN THE LOAD FOR A
LOT OF FAMILIES. LOT OF FAMILIES. LOT OF FAMILIES.
HISD LOT OF FAMILIES.
HISD LABELS LOT OF FAMILIES.
HISD LABELS NEARLY LOT OF FAMILIES.
HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE
QUARTERS HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE
QUARTERS OF HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE
QUARTERS OF ITS HISD LABELS NEARLY THREE
QUARTERS OF ITS STUDENTS QUARTERS OF ITS STUDENTS QUARTERS OF ITS STUDENTS
ECONOMICALLY QUARTERS OF ITS STUDENTS
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED. ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED. ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE FAMILY ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE FAMILY IS ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE FAMILY IS FACING ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE FAMILY IS FACING AN ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED.
ONE FAMILY IS FACING AN EXTRA ONE FAMILY IS FACING AN EXTRA ONE FAMILY IS FACING AN EXTRA
CHALLENGE: ONE FAMILY IS FACING AN EXTRA
CHALLENGE: HOMELESS. CHALLENGE: HOMELESS. CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>IN CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>IN THEORY, CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>IN THEORY, 20% CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>IN THEORY, 20% OF CHALLENGE: HOMELESS.
>>IN THEORY, 20% OF OUR>>IN THEORY, 20% OF OUR>>IN THEORY, 20% OF OUR
POPULATION>>IN THEORY, 20% OF OUR
POPULATION IS>>IN THEORY, 20% OF OUR
POPULATION IS HOMELESS. POPULATION IS HOMELESS. POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>Reporter: POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>Reporter: OUT POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>Reporter: OUT OF POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE POPULATION IS HOMELESS.
>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN
200,000>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN
200,000 TOTAL>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN
200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED>>Reporter: OUT OF MORE THAN
200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, NEARLY 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE IN 200,000 TOTAL ENROLLED HISD
STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE IN A STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE IN A STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE IN A
HOMELESS STUDENTS, NEARLY 8900 WERE IN A
HOMELESS SITUATION. HOMELESS SITUATION. HOMELESS SITUATION.
UNDER HOMELESS SITUATION.
UNDER FEDERAL HOMELESS SITUATION.
UNDER FEDERAL LAW, HOMELESS SITUATION.
UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY HOMELESS SITUATION.
UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT
WHO UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT
WHO LACKS UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT
WHO LACKS A UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT
WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME UNDER FEDERAL LAW, ANY STUDENT
WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME FIXED WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME FIXED WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME FIXED
PERMANENT WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME FIXED
PERMANENT RESIDENCE WHO LACKS A NIGHTTIME FIXED
PERMANENT RESIDENCE IS PERMANENT RESIDENCE IS PERMANENT RESIDENCE IS
CONSIDERED PERMANENT RESIDENCE IS
CONSIDERED HOMELESS, PERMANENT RESIDENCE IS
CONSIDERED HOMELESS, INCLUDING CONSIDERED HOMELESS, INCLUDING CONSIDERED HOMELESS, INCLUDING
THOSE CONSIDERED HOMELESS, INCLUDING
THOSE WITH CONSIDERED HOMELESS, INCLUDING
THOSE WITH GRANDPARENTS, THOSE WITH GRANDPARENTS, THOSE WITH GRANDPARENTS,
SHELTERS, THOSE WITH GRANDPARENTS,
SHELTERS, IN THOSE WITH GRANDPARENTS,
SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL
LIVING SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL
LIVING CENTERS SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL
LIVING CENTERS OR SHELTERS, IN TRANSITIONAL
LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS. LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS. LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS.
THE LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS.
THE DISTRICT LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS.
THE DISTRICT PROVIDES LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS.
THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM LIVING CENTERS OR HOTELS.
THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH
BACKPACKS THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH
BACKPACKS AND THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH
BACKPACKS AND UNIFORMS, THE DISTRICT PROVIDES THEM WITH
BACKPACKS AND UNIFORMS, TO BACKPACKS AND UNIFORMS, TO BACKPACKS AND UNIFORMS, TO
THOSE

1 comment

  1. How about the clowns running for the presidency address this issue over illegal immigration and send immediate federal aid.. this is sickening

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