A Tampa Bay area teacher, whose school was used as a shelter during Hurricane Irma, came back to school to find that a bunch of her classroom books were missing. But there is a positive ending to this seemingly disheartening story.
According to ABC Action News, when Dunedin Highlands Middle School teacher Martha Hereford-Cothron made the discovery, she posted about it on Facebook. The result: there was a huge response, not only from parents and a local bookstore, but also from some famous authors. On top of that, the Pinellas County School district said they would step up to replace any books that went missing. If you'd like to #bNice & contribute, here's the link for Ms. Hereford-Cothron's Amazon wish list.
50-BOOKS STOLEN by someone who was at school used as a shelter during Hurricane Irma! Just wrong isn't it?!
— wendy (@anchorwendyryan) September 20, 2017