Lubbock ISD: Partners in Education Celebrate Inaugural Book Drive

The Lubbock ISD Partners in Education committee is celebrating the success of their inaugural book drive tomorrow morning with a recognition event at McCool Academy.


The book drive was initiated to replenish the Little Free Libraries at each Lubbock ISD campus. A project of the Lubbock ISD Council of PTAs, former council president Eddy Morelock led the charge to establish Little Free Libraries at every Lubbock ISD campus and completed the project in 2021. Donors have provided almost 500 books for the libraries during the book drive.


The Lubbock ISD Partners in Education committee is composed of community leaders and volunteers whose organizations support the district’s students and staff through projects and events. Partners In Education is a Lubbock ISD program that connects partners, the business community, the church community, and nonprofit agencies to support Lubbock ISD schools in meaningful ways.


The event will begin at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, December 9, at the Little Free Library outside the main entrance at McCool Academy, 4402 31st St. If the event is impacted by inclement weather, it will be moved inside to the campus library.

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