ILTexas donates PPE from China
Tomorrow: Local school district donates PPE from sister schools in China
Texas charter district donates masks to local hospitals in need, with gloves, more PPE to come.
14,000 masks will go to local hospitals on the front lines saving Covid-19 patients’ lives.
College Station Area – 4,500 masks
9 a.m. to noon tomorrow, Thursday, April 30
Baylor Scott and White Medical Center College Station
700 Scott and White Drive
College Station, Texas 77845
DFW Area – 4,500 masks
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, April 30
5223 Tex Oak Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75235
Houston Area – 4,500 masks
Between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, April 30
HCA Houston Healthcare West
12141 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77082
For media wishing to video/photograph donations in person, contact the above hospital media relations representatives. ILTexas will gladly share donation photos upon request, following tomorrow’s donations.
International Leadership of Texas, a school district across Texas serving 19,500 students, has close ties to China. It operates sister schools in China. The district, with a trilingual curriculum of English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese, employs many Chinese teachers and educates Chinese international students. The COVID-19 pandemic affected the first ILTexas students in China in December with the onset of the outbreak. Then in March, the COVID-19 pandemic forced ILTexas schools domestically to operate virtually.
ILTexas China donated PPE for local students to give to those in most dire need in our communities, sending them from China ‘with love.’ School students and administrators are finding new and different ways to prove global leadership begins right here at home. We are all in this together.
SOCIAL DISTANCING WILL BE OBSERVED. MEDIA IN ATTENDANCE ARE ASKED TO FOLLOW SUIT AND WEAR A MASK.
About International Leadership of Texas
Founded in 2012 by former Dallas Independent School District high school principal Eddie Conger, ILTexas opened its first school in 2013 with over 2,500 students, making it the largest first-year charter in the history of Texas. Since 2013, the district has grown from two schools in North Texas to nineteen schools and more than 19,500 students across north and south Texas. For more information, visit ILTexas.org.