Chandlers students assist Agape in helping kids in Bangladesh, visit senior center
By Robbie Davis, Principal

Posted on February 21, 2017 4:21 PM

This month, students at Chandlers School have participated in several acts of service for the community. In February, middle school students planned and organized a Penny War to raise money for needy children in Bangladesh. Homeroom classes across the school competed to raise the most money. On Feb. 10, the students presented the Agape Service Foundation with a check for over $1400 for the children in Bangladesh.

In the photo, students present the Agape Service Foundation with a check for over $1,400. Students pictured include Cameron Matthews, Shelby Cross, Zack Matthews, Zoe Steenbergen, David Thomason, Josh Bracken, and Schon Crawford. Also shown are Mike and Janice Humble of Agape are also shown.

Students who participate in the Gifted and Talented program implemented a leadership project at the local Senior Citizens Center. On Valentine’s Day, they visited the Center, where they enjoyed a potluck meal. The students and Seniors then played Valentine-themed games and enjoyed time together. Cheryl Kerchenski, manager of the Senior Citizens Center, was pleased with the event and noted how much the two groups seemed to enjoy the activity. 


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