TCSO Deputy accepts backpacks for foster kids in transition

TCSO Deputy accepts backpacks for foster kids in transition
Photo: the deputy, the backpacks and the kids

With so many stories of people misbehaving and committing crimes, it is always nice to read a story about something good occurring. Her’s a feel-good story from the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office  official Facebook page-

“TCSO Deputy Jason Baillie accepted a dozen backpacks filled with comfort items for foster kids in transition, thanks to students in the Alternative Achievement Program, which is part of the Tulare County Office of Education.

Students made With so many stories of pillow cases and comfort pillows for the project and included a notebook, personal letter and hygiene items in the backpack.

This project was part of the students’ entry for the Tulare County Board of Supervisors’ StepUp Youth Challenge. Deputy Baillie thanked the kids for the backpacks and for caring about other children.”

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