Acording to Volunteers of America, the success of this year's Operation Backpack means that over 7,000 children in the Greater New York area's homeless shelter system will receive backpacks for the new school year.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for Backpack (gaming)
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She returned home last month after visiting dozens of orphanages and schools in her Sri Lankan homeland with an idea that is sweeping through a growing number of San Fernando Valley schools right now: American kids of all ages filling a backpack with school supplies and personal items for the kids their age in Sri Lanka who have lost everything, including their schools.
A true backpack carries the load on the hips and waist, with shoulder straps for hold and balance, and does not encourage a stooped posture from carrying the load on the shoulders.
Backpack makers are now touting ergonomically friendly designs in their back-to-school promotions.
No longer does the notebook backpack cater solely to a younger demographic.
Kelty, a carpenter at Burbank-based Lockheed during and after the war, decided to build a backpack with a waist strap to take the back's weight off the shoulders and onto the hips.
The California Chiropractic Association (CCA) is urging all parents to help children avoid back pain and injuries by using a simple set of guidelines when choosing a backpack for the new school year.
Byline: Jill Painter Staff Writer Backpack shopping can be a tricky endeavor.