Midway Elementary collects propagandize reserve for inundate victims
February 6, 2017 - School Supplies
For many, final year’s Hurricane Matthew is a apart memory. But for many South Carolina residents ravaged by a charge and a floods it spawned, Matthew’s effects dawdle on still.
To help, students during Midway Elementary in Lexington County School District One recently took movement to assistance associate South Carolina students still vital with a storm’s aftermath.
Dillon County, a tiny coastal county located in a state’s Pee Dee segment roughly 120 miles from Lexington, was one of those areas of a state generally hard-hit by a storm.
After conference about a large flooding in a county due to final October’s hurricane, fourth-graders rallied support from a MES village to lend a hand.
Using their 21st century training and citizenship skills, they combined a blurb to surprise MES students about a need in Dillon County. Students afterwards collected propagandize reserve and other necessities to send to families in need.
MES collected reserve during a week of Dec 5, 2016, and donations were picked adult Jan 19. In total, according to a recover from a district, a propagandize donated adequate equipment to fill approximately 25 book bags for distribution.