Brush High School recently joined a select group of 700 schools from across the country to be awarded a health and safety kit through the generous support and partnership of the True Value Foundation and locally owned South Euclid True Value Hardware store. As part of the company’s Educational Heroes Safety Campaign, True Value Foundation and True Value retailers are teaming up to support youth education by providing resources to keep staff and students safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Carter Welo, owner of South Euclid True Value Hardware and husband of South Euclid Mayor Georgine Welo, personally delivered an assortment of health and safety products to Brush High School. Valued at approximately $1,109.26, the supplies included hand sanitizer, cleaning solutions, KN-95 masks, and hand soap. On behalf of the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, thank you to South Euclid True Value Hardware and the True Value Foundation for their generous donation in support of the health and safety of our students and staff!