District Receives Large Donation of Lysol Wipes

District Receives Large Donation of Lysol Wipes

Suzanne Sumner, CCSD Nurse Coordinator, and Lynn Cooper, Doerun Elementary School Nurse, pose for a photo with the donation of Lysol wipes.

Colquitt County School District is the latest recipient of a large shipment of Lysol Wipes from Frontline Impact Project. The donation is valued at $190,000 and contains 40,000 packs of wipes. Frontline Impact has been providing these wipes to schools as part of the efforts to assist with slowing the spread of COVID and other viruses.

"Flu, strep throat, COVID, and stomach viruses are more prevalent during this time of year, and it is always useful to have disinfectant wipes to help prevent the spread of illnesses," shared Suzanne Sumner, School Nurse Coordinator. "These Lysol wipes will be beneficial to all staff, including teachers, school nurses, school nutrition staff, and bus drivers, to assist with the cleaning and sanitizing surfaces that students come in contact with daily."

According to the organizations website, Frontline Impact Project was started in 2020 to honor the work of frontline workers during the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic and to meet the  needs of individuals working on the frontlines of humanitarian challenges, natural disasters, and other significant events. The organization is a central location for matching specific needs with donors willing to contribute. For more information, visit

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