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Back to school, and the golden rule

 Cheryl A. Thomas, Largo, a lead bus driver and trainer, Pinellas County Schools,  boxes school supplies on a Pinellas County School bus, Friday, July 18, 2014 at Fidelity National Information Services, St. Petersburg, to kickoff the 2014 Stuff the Bus Campaign. Employees from FIS collected school supplies for the drive. The effort is aimed to help 11 percent of Pinellas families who live a the poverty level and the more than 2,100 children who are homeless in Pinellas County. The campaign is sponsored by the Pinellas Education Foundation, The Pinellas County Council of PTA's, Pinellas County Schools, and local businesses.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Cheryl A. Thomas, Largo, a lead bus driver and trainer, Pinellas County Schools, boxes school supplies on a Pinellas County School bus, Friday, July 18, 2014 at Fidelity National Information Services, St. Petersburg, to kickoff the 2014 Stuff the Bus Campaign. Employees from FIS collected school supplies for the drive. The effort is aimed to help 11 percent of Pinellas families who live a the poverty level and the more than 2,100 children who are homeless in Pinellas County. The campaign is sponsored by the Pinellas Education Foundation, The Pinellas County Council of PTA's, Pinellas County Schools, and local businesses.

SCOTT KEELER | Times

Cheryl A. Thomas of Largo, a lead bus driver and trainer for Pinellas County schools, boxes school supplies Friday at Fidelity Information Services in St. Petersburg during the 2014 Stuff the Bus Campaign kickoff. FIS employees collected school supplies for the event, which benefits low-income children and is sponsored by the Pinellas Education Foundation, the Pinellas County Council of PTAs, the Pinellas County School District and local businesses. Other drives are Aug. 1 at Largo Mall and Aug. 7 at Carillon Park in St. Petersburg.

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