09 Aug Donating 37,000 Face Shields to Buena Park School District
Buena Park School District recently received a donation of 37,000 see-through face shields to protect students, teachers and staff, providing an additional barrier to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The District received the face shields from Westminster-based company Tru-Form Plastics, which is a division of American Innotek. Tru-Form Plastics Engineer Ed Hentges, a Buena Park resident and friend of Beatty Middle School Principal Erik Bagger, recommended that his company donate face shields to protect students and staff during the pandemic.
Superintendent Dr. Ramon Miramontes holds one of 37,000 face shields donated to Buena Park School District by Tru-Form Plastics. Miramontes accepts the face shield from Tru-Form Plastics Engineer Ed Hentges (middle) along with other face shield donation recipients (left to right) Cypress School District Assistant Superintendent Dr. Tim McLellan, Centralia School District Superintendent Dr. Norma Martinez, Lowell Joint School District Superintendent Dr. Jim Coombs, Savanna School District Superintendent Dr. Sue Johnson
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