Send postcards to students in El Paso to let them know there is “plenty of good in the world”

Teachers at elementary schools in El Paso have asked if we might send words of support to their students in the wake of the terrible murders there. We have beautiful postcards that are perfect to send your love and good wishes to children who have just started the school year.

Here’s the request from the El Paso teachers, and addresses, and you’ll find the postcards below. Thanks so much for raising your voice!

“Hello, we are teachers in El Paso. We would like to know if anyone is interested in sending us postcards to help our students know that there is plenty of good in the world. As teachers, we may only be able to say so much. We think concrete messages of support would help us calm some fears. Any thoughts?”

You can send them here:
E. Flores
Hillside Elementary
4500 Clifton Ave.
El Paso, TX 79903

Teresa Garrett
Tom Lea Elementary
4851 Marcus Uribe Dr.
El Paso, TX 79934

Alejandra Escalera
Aoy Elementary School
El Paso, TX 79901
#ElPasoStrong

Here are the beautiful postcards, free to download and print, with directions about how to do that below!




To print at home, you can use cover stock (#67) to print out each set of 4 postcards on your home printer, and cut each sheet into 4 postcards.

You can also print the cards at Staples, using these directions:

Go to this link: Staples

Choose Color printing

Choose Media: Weight110 Cardstock/Coverstock 8/12 x 11 White

Choose Orientation: Landscape

Choose Cutting: Cut in 1/4

Upload the PDFs of the postcards

Choose how many you want to print (each sheet has 4 postcards on it)

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