On Saturday August 3rd, join Virginia Beach, VA native and Retired
NFL Player, Aaron Rouse for the 2nd Annual Back 2 School Carnival presented by Rouse’s
House. The event will take place at the Law Enforcement Training Academy also referred to
as LETA (411 Integrity Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23451) from 9:00am- 12:00pm. The Back
2 School Carnival is free and open to the public. All patrons attending should look forward to
free school supplies for students (k-12) and educators. Educators are encouraged to bring their
teacher IDs while students and parents are encouraged to bring their back to school lists. With
the help of sponsors and local businesses Rouse’s House will provide a wide range of school
supplies to include paper, pencils, folders, highlighters, crayons, tissue and much more.
Patrons will have access to the free products while supplies last. In addition to giving away
free school supplies, there will be carnival games, food, raffle drawings and family fun.
“Education is the foundation for Rouse’s House...the carnival gives us a chance to make
education fun and exciting for students and parents as they prepare to return to school and to
be able to provide for educators as well makes it even more worth it. It’s going to be a great
event for all to enjoy. I’m excited and can’t wait,” Aaron Rouse expressed recently.
In the event that there is inclement weather, the Back 2 School Carnival will be held at Seatack
Recreation Center (141 S Birdneck Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23451). For more information on
the 2nd Annual Back 2 School Carnival presented by Rouse’s House contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For live updates, images and
information, follow Rouse’s House on Instagram (@rouseshouse) and like Rouse’s House on
Formed in 2017, Rouse’s House was established with the mission of providing educational tools
and highlighting education as the foundation to success by exposing the youth and young adults
in the community to a broader world of learning. Rouse’s House has successfully collaborated
with community partners who encourage, support, and believe in the same objectives in which
the organization was founded. While the foundation is still growing, much of its success is
birthed from volunteer dedication with large goals to include expansion into more communities
as well as providing scholarships.