Elected officials and staff were on hand at Wren Elementary on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. for the first presentation.
Today -- Thursday -- it is Monte Gardens Elementary's turn with a 10:15 a.m. assembly.
Isidro Llanos, who works for the City as a Recycling Theft Prevention Specialist in the Police Department, made the LeapFrog donation possible.
“In the past, I have assisted LeapFrog with donating their toys during the holidays. Through those contacts, I was able to connect LeapFrog with children in Concord schools,” said Llanos.
LeapFrog donated 1,000 bi-lingual pads and books to children in the Monument
community last year, and additional learning materials to students at Sun
Terrace Elementary earlier this year.
“This is a great example of how the police department is working to building strong relationships in the community,” says Chief Guy Swanger. “We value community partnerships because we rely on that support and cooperation in order to effectively serve the residents of Concord.”