Helping the homeless
As part of Sayre School's service-learning commitment, fourth-graders at the school recently read the novel Family Under the Bridge, which tells the story of a mother and three children who have lost their home. In conjunction with reading the novel, students made soup for the Catholic Action Center. Each child brought in an ingredient and then gathered in the cafeteria to wash, peel and chop vegetables. In the following days students delivered the soup to the center.
Helping the homeless As part of Sayre School's service-learning commitment, fourth-graders at the school recently read the novel Family Under the Bridge, which tells the story of a mother and three children who have lost their home. In conjunction with reading the novel, students made soup for the Catholic Action Center. Each child brought in an ingredient and then gathered in the cafeteria to wash, peel and chop vegetables. In the following days students delivered the soup to the center.
Helping the homeless As part of Sayre School's service-learning commitment, fourth-graders at the school recently read the novel Family Under the Bridge, which tells the story of a mother and three children who have lost their home. In conjunction with reading the novel, students made soup for the Catholic Action Center. Each child brought in an ingredient and then gathered in the cafeteria to wash, peel and chop vegetables. In the following days students delivered the soup to the center.

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January 05, 2011 12:00 AM

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