Ware Academy students have been busy with some community service projects this winter, giving them opportunities to build character.
“Developing a child’s character continues to be an important part of a Ware Academy education,” said Head of School Dawn Fleet.
In February, Ware’s eighth grade students delivered 3,000 pounds of good to the Bread for Life food pantry as part of a school-wide community service project. This year’s donation was the biggest in history for the school, and a Bread for Life volunteer said that Ware’s contributions would make a significant difference for area families.
Ware’s SCA advisor Tracy Pausic coordinated a special care package project for the sailors on the USS Abraham Lincoln. Included in the box were over 100 cards made by Ware students thanking the sailors for their service, along with non-perishable snacks to brighten the sailors’ holiday.
Lori Goings, Ware’s kindergarten teacher, spearheaded a school-wide letter writing campaign for children in...
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