Kindergarten Makes a Difference: 100th Day Food Collection for Arm in Arm
Community Park Kindergarten students completed a 100th day service project recently for Arm in Arm. Students worked together to collect food donations with the end goal of 100 items to celebrate the 100th day of school. Kindergarten teachers Sheila Aguilar, Abril Retana, Katie Sampson, and Jamie Valenski and their students collected 337 items of food to share with families in need. Students delivered the donations to Arm in Arm last week to learn about the organization and had the opportunity to help stock the shelves. This is the fifth year of the partnership between the kindergarten classes and Arm in Arm. Formerly known as The Crisis Ministry, Arm in Arm was founded in 1980 and helps community members are who struggling financially.
- Community Park News