New York’s school supplies industry has been shaken by the deadly storm.
But even before the storm, the supplies industry faced a challenge.
New York state has long been a major exporter of supplies to schools, including school supplies for classrooms.
But after Hurricane Sandy hit in 2012, New York began to export school supplies.
The problem was, the state has been importing large quantities of these supplies for more than a decade.
In fact, since 2011, New Yorkers have imported over 1 billion school supplies into New York City alone, according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
As a result, the city’s school supply industry had already been in trouble.
But now, with the storm now gone, things are looking up for the New Yorkers.
New Yorkers are now able to return their school supplies to their homes.
The Department of Education has now launched a campaign called “Bring back your school supplies,” which is being run by the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, the New Orleans school district and the state’s Department of Health and Hospitals.
The campaign includes a new website that explains how to return your school materials, and a list of vendors who will take your school-supply return requests.
The website also includes advice for businesses who may have purchased school supplies before the disaster.
The list of schools who have already returned school supplies includes many of the same schools that were targeted by the storm: The New York Academy of Music, the American Museum of Natural History and the Museum of the Moving Image, among others.
The New Orleans district also took part in the campaign.
“There is an opportunity to provide an opportunity for New Yorkers who are not able to make the trip to a vendor to purchase these items from the vendor’s point of view,” the district said in a statement.
“We encourage anyone who purchased school products before the devastating storm to bring them back for their students and families.”
For more information on returning school supplies visit the Department’s website.