Clark County students collect propagandize reserve for inundate victims
October 4, 2016 - School Supplies
Students during Northwestern Elementary School collected propagandize reserve to send to students in Louisiana strike by flooding that happened in August.
Notebooks, pencils, index cards and folders were all collected over a past dual weeks, Northwestern clergyman Ashley DuGan said. The reserve will be sent to GW Carver Primary School, she said, that is housing students from another internal propagandize that was broken by a floods.
A primogenitor suggested a thought and DuGan contacted GW Carver since she taught there for 5 years.
“I know from articulate to a teachers down there that some teachers mislaid their whole classrooms,” she said. “Everything that they had.”
Each class brought in a opposite propagandize supply, she said, and it was a good doctrine for students on assisting others.
“We’re training them how to yield support to others in need,” she said.
Most students seemed vehement to move reserve in, she said.
“It’s a good thing to do since we have all this things here,” 6th grader Delanie Miller said. “They don’t have that kind of things anymore since it was all flooded.”
Miller was unhappy to hear how students were influenced by a floods, she said, and was blissful she could assistance in some way. Sixth grader Brock Mansfield pronounced he agreed.
“It’s good to assistance people in another community,” Mansfield said.
Northwestern students also wrote records to a students in Louisiana, DuGan said.