Third-grade students in Karla McGinnis class at Christa McAuliffe Academy wrapped up a community service project for the Wichita Children’s Home. The students donated more than 35 college t-shirts to give to the children staying there. The shirts had special messages attached encouraging them that their future will be better and they hope the shirts will bring a smile to their face.
Terry Calloway with the Wichita Children’s Home came to CMA to pick up the shirts and talked with the students about how WCH help children in Wichita and surrounding communities.
Every Jackson Elementary student worked to give back to the community by having a school-wide community service project packaging meals for Numana. The students and staff packaged 20,000 meals during the day. Every time they made enough meal packets to fill a box, a student rang a gong and everyone cheered. The PreK students decorated the boxes for the meals.
All the meals they school packaged will be used to feed hungry families in Kansas.
Students in Ortiz Elementary’s Girls on the Run group honored the memory of teacher Danielle Nance as part of their community service project. Mrs. Nance was a 2nd grade teacher at Ortiz when she passed away in December. The Girls on the Run members each decorated a rock to represent a specific interest or memory of their teacher.
The rocks are part of a special memorial by the Ortiz flagpole.