New York City-based Pusheeens school supplies company, Inc. will supply school supplies to the city’s first- and second-grade students starting on April 1.
The company, which has offices in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Georgia, will deliver school supplies including school supplies, supplies for students’ uniforms, school books and supplies to be distributed by school districts.
For more than a decade, the company has been providing school supplies in Puscatuck, Pennsylvania.
The Pushereens are a small town located in western Pennsylvania that has a population of just about 100 people.
Pusheaen Schools, Inc., the company’s parent company, said in a news release that it will work with the Puschees School District of Pusessee, a division of the Puscato Township School District, and the City of Puscaloosa, to distribute school supplies.
“We are thrilled to be able to provide our customers with school supplies at no additional cost,” said Tim D. Karp, vice president and general manager of PUSHEEN SCHOOLS, INC.
“We will work hard to make sure our customers are well-prepared for school.”
Karp said the supplies will be available for free to Pushene students and staff.
Pusheees Schools, which operates out of the offices in Puskie, New Jersey and Virginia, has a number of locations in the United States, including in New York, Pennsylvania and Georgia.
“Pushees has been serving the Greater Philadelphia area for nearly 30 years, providing school essentials and resources for students and families,” said Doug S. Miller, the Puskies district’s executive director.
“Our community and its students are looking forward to this new opportunity to enjoy our school supplies.”