On Thursday, November 5, the 4th and 5th graders’ Student Council from South Shores Magnet School for the Visual and Performing Arts; along with their Principal Paul Suzuki, Student Council Coordinator, Teacher and School Secretary came to Little Sisters to bring us boxes full of items from our wish list. Giovanni Crow, a fifth grader and the Student Body President, explained that this was a School project to do an act of Charity in the community. He said he knew of Little Sisters of the Poor so he decided to go online and check out our website. He saw our wish list on our donation page and presented it to the rest of the student council. From there our wish list became a school project. Publicity Officers Jack and Anthony created flyers and posters to hang around the school and to be sent home. The students donated money and various items from our list (toothpaste, body lotions, body wash, mouth wash, paper goods: paper plates, napkins, Kleenex and cups).
The Student Council personally delivered the boxes to Little Sisters on behalf of the whole student body. They were able to spend some additional time at our home enjoying cookies with juice or hot chocolate. These Students are out there doing great things for the community: a food drive for the homeless and a candy drive for the veterans. The Little Sisters are grateful that they chose our home for their project. It was our pleasure to meet the students of South Shores Magnet School and we thank them all for their generosity and giving.
South Shores Student Council 2015 – 2016
Prseident – Giovanni Crow
Vice President – Robert Marnani
Secretary – Daniela Califano
Publicity – Jack Ghekiere and Anthony Sereno
Fundraising – Mariah Jimenez
Room 1 – Brandon Hay, Brooklyn Livingston, Brigid Humphreys
Room 2- Athena Seiple, Marielle Alden, Dora Santro
Room 3 – Sierra Spanjol, Dylan Matlock, Bianca Galvan
Room 6 – Eva Coughlin, Gianna Sancirardi, Bella Gomez
Room 7 – Airi Montoya, Mason Ellis, Chloe Sohngen
Room 8 – Jillian Litton, Gina Hillman, Chris Showler
Student Coucil Sponsors:
Ms. Milay Sinatra, Magnet School Coordinator
Ms. Marisa Roemer, Fifth Grade Faculty Member
Ms. Maria Ortiz, School Administrative Assistant
Principal: Dr. Paul Suzuki
Thank you for allowing our children to experience the feeling of giving! Our student body was excited to do this and our student council students were elated to be able to bring the items and visit Little Sisters of the Poor! Also, thank you for the treats! They loved them! They loved the entire experience!
Dr. Paul Suzuki, Principal
South Shores Magnet School for the Visual and Performing Arts
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