TULSA, Oklahoma - More than 100 teachers took advantage of the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance's first STEM Shoppe Open House on Wednesday, receiving free classroom supplies and borrowing items for STEM projects. 

The event was scheduled for 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., but the supplies were wiped out by 11:30 a.m., a Tulsa STEM representative said. 

The teachers who attended the open house and supplies event are kindergarten through 12th grade Tulsa-area teachers. 

The STEM Shoppe is a Tulsa Resource Area for STEM Educators (TRASE) initiative, which is funded by Flight Night.

For those who'd like to donate to the shoppe, click here to view a list of the STEM Shoppe Wish List. 

TRSA said teachers who didn't make it out to the open house can check the website for more information on how to request or rent items.