Western High School teacher Rana Koran stocks up on school supplies every two or three months and pays for items out of pocket.
She relies on the Public Education Foundation’s teacher supply store, where her money goes much further than if she shopped elsewhere.
Koran, who has been an educator for more than a decade, has shopped at the Teacher Superstore for at least seven years for “just basic, truly needed supplies,” such as paper and pens.
“I could not do what I do without the store,” she said.
The Public Education Foundation held a ribbon-cutting Tuesday, July 26 for the store’s new location on South Decatur Boulevard in Las Vegas. The superstore opened for in-person shopping, and a line of educators was waiting outside even before the ceremony.