Avery Products Brings Gifts to Cogswell and Miramonte Schools

Christmas came early for students at Cogswell and Miramonte Schools thanks to the generosity of employees from the Avery Products Corporation in Brea who visited the schools with Santa and his elves to deliver notebooks, dividers, glue sticks, highlighters and candy canes to every student. Santa and his helpers also presented each teacher with an assortment of games, books and art supplies for their classroom. Avery Products has been a generous supporter of Cogswell and Miramonte Schools for 15 years and each year the students are overjoyed when Santa and his elves visit their classroom.
  
“Santa is the best person in the world!” said Victor, a 3rd grader at Cogswell School. “It’s really nice that he brought us stuff for school.”
Santa encouraged the students to continue to work hard, listen to their teachers and parents, and be respectful to each other so they can stay on his “nice” list.

“I know you work on character traits at your school and that’s very important,” said Santa. “Being kind, respectful and happy are wonderful traits and I want you to continue to listen to your teachers and your parents and continue to be good and work hard.”
The Avery employees look forward to this day every year and are happy to collect donations throughout the year to be able to bring the gifts to every student.
  
“Seeing their faces makes it all worth it,” said one of Santa’s helpers from Avery. “The excitement and joy they display is so sweet.”
The staffs from both schools are extremely grateful to Avery Products Corp. and its employees for their kindness and extreme generosity.
“We greatly appreciate the generosity of Avery Products and will definitely put all the school supplies, books and games to great use,” said Christina Munoz, 1st/2nd grade teacher. “The supplies will help the kids be super organized and we will have fun reading the books and playing the games they brought us.”

“This is what Christmas is all about and we are so appreciative to everyone here today for the kindness they’ve shown and for making the holidays brighter for so many of our students,” said Gerardo Yepez, Cogswell’s principal.

Christmas came early for students at Cogswell and Miramonte Schools thanks to the generosity of employees from the Avery Products Corporation in Brea who visited the schools with Santa and his elves to deliver notebooks, dividers, glue sticks, highlighters and candy canes to every student. Santa and his helpers also presented each teacher with an assortment of games, books and art supplies for their classroom. Avery Products has been a generous supporter of Cogswell and Miramonte Schools for 15 years and each year the students are overjoyed when Santa and his elves visit their classroom.

“Santa is the best person in the world!” said Victor, a 3rd grader at Cogswell School. “It’s really nice that he brought us stuff for school.”

Santa encouraged the students to continue to work hard, listen to their teachers and parents, and be respectful to each other so they can stay on his “nice” list.

“I know you work on character traits at your school and that’s very important,” said Santa. “Being kind, respectful and happy are wonderful traits and I want you to continue to listen to your teachers and your parents and continue to be good and work hard.”

The Avery employees look forward to this day every year and are happy to collect donations throughout the year to be able to bring the gifts to every student.

“Seeing their faces makes it all worth it,” said one of Santa’s helpers from Avery. “The excitement and joy they display is so sweet.”

The staffs from both schools are extremely grateful to Avery Products Corp. and its employees for their kindness and extreme generosity.

“We greatly appreciate the generosity of Avery Products and will definitely put all the school supplies, books and games to great use,” said Christina Munoz, 1st/2nd grade teacher. “The supplies will help the kids be super organized and we will have fun reading the books and playing the games they brought us.”

“This is what Christmas is all about and we are so appreciative to everyone here today for the kindness they’ve shown and for making the holidays brighter for so many of our students,” said Gerardo Yepez, Cogswell’s principal.
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