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One teenager didn’t have a place to live, let alone shampoo or soap to shower with.

Another Whiteland Community High School student was marked down on a class presentation because he didn’t have all the clothing to meet the presentation’s dress code.

A group of educators at the school will open the Warrior Wardrobe this fall, a clothing and toiletry pantry for high school students, to address the needs they see in the classroom every day.

While students in need can get food if they are hungry at school, the school wasn’t equipped to help with other basic needs that might affect their education.

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