information for the community

NEISD homeless students benefit from donation

The McKinney-Vento Project at North East ISD got a big boost from a local business on August 24. A donation was made out to the program, along with backpacks filled with school supplies. The Meineke Car Care Center located off Perrin Beitel celebrated their grand opening with a charity event, donating all proceeds to the McKinney project. Representatives from family services presented a Certificate of Appreciation to the owners during the charity event.  

The NEISD McKinney-Vento Homeless Project is committed to ensuring that all NEISD children and youth in homeless situations have the opportunity to attend, enroll in, and succeed in school. During the 2012-2013 school year, the NEISD McKinney-Vento Homeless Project identified and provided services for 1,203 students.

Tyler Shoesmith presents Meineke owners with Certificate of Appreciation.

(Top) Tyler Shoesmith presents a Certificate of Appreciation to the owners of the car center.
(Below) Kristy Wager (Left), Adriana Hernandez, Tyler Shoesmith and his son greet visitors at the NEISD McKinney Project tent.

McKinney staff



Posted on August 26, 2013