Moore teachers receive $500 worth of supplies from ‘Show Teachers Moore Love’

Healthcare Express Clinic Lead Cora Davis (far left) and mascot Klondike hand off school supplies to administrators at Southgate-Rippetoe Elementary School. Members of the Moore Healthcare Express team delivered more than $500 worth of supplies to several local schools.

MOORE, Okla. – Teachers in one local district received a surprise from an urgent care clinic.

On Thursday, Healthcare Express delivered more than $500 worth of supplies to help teachers in the Moore Public School District.

“We wanted to show our appreciation to the teachers of Moore for all the hard work they do,” HCE Moore Clinic Lead Cora Davis said. “Our teachers are tasked with one of the hardest jobs out there and that, coupled with having to provide supplies for their classrooms, can be insurmountable. We wanted to do something to help these hardworking civil servants.”

The donations were collected as part of the ‘Show Teachers Moore Love’ campaign from community members and local businesses.

“This is something we are going to do every year,” Davis said. “We believe in embracing our cities and the people that make them so special. In the coming months, we will organize other giving events to help out organizations that are critical to the success of Moore.”

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