Jonas Brothers deliver supplies to school

LOS ANGELES Squeals of delight came from the children at Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts when they learned they'd be seeing Joe, Kevin and Nick Jonas.

The Jonas Brothers helped deliver $25,000 worth of school supplies to the Los Feliz teachers, in support of the national school advocacy campaign, "A Day Made Better."

"These teachers are getting a huge box of supplies from staplers, to cameras and computers," said Joe Jonas. "All this stuff they can use and will benefit the classroom. It's really fantastic."

"A Day Made Better" was founded by Adopt-A-Classroom and OfficeMax to help lessen the amount of money teachers spend out of their own pockets for supplies.

In the coming month, 1,000 teachers across the country will receive surprise deliveries of school supplies.

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