Virginia Newsome, 15, brought supplies to Deep Springs Elementary School teacher Sarah Ryder, left, who made a request shortly after Virginia set up a Web site. "The school doesn't actually have an art budget," Ryder said. "We would have done without, used dried-up markers, leftovers from last year."
Virginia Newsome, 15, brought supplies to Deep Springs Elementary School teacher Sarah Ryder, left, who made a request shortly after Virginia set up a Web site. "The school doesn't actually have an art budget," Ryder said. "We would have done without, used dried-up markers, leftovers from last year."
Virginia Newsome, 15, brought supplies to Deep Springs Elementary School teacher Sarah Ryder, left, who made a request shortly after Virginia set up a Web site. "The school doesn't actually have an art budget," Ryder said. "We would have done without, used dried-up markers, leftovers from last year."

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