AMHERST, N.Y. (WKBW) — Members of the Williamsville Central School District are answering the call when it comes to battling the coronavirus.
On Tuesday, the district collected personal protective equipment (PPE) from its schools and donated them to medical professionals and first responders. These supplies included; masks, face shields, gloves and sanitation wipes. All of the items were delivered to the Amherst Police Department and will now be distributed throughout Western New York.
“It’s incredibly important during these unprecedented times to come together as a community and support those battling this global pandemic,” said Williamsville Central School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Martzloff. “Medical professionals and first responders are working tirelessly to protect our community. We are proud to be able to collect personal protective equipment and donate it to help ensure they stay safe and healthy during this challenging time.”