Students efforts leave positive impact

Letter to the Editor

Posted: Friday, December 14, 2007

Soldotna Community Schools recently worked with the Skyview National Honor Society on our annual Make-It-and-Take It fall craft fair.

The NHS students planned the crafts, made supply lists and helped kids to create their masterpieces. The kids enjoyed decorating their own cookies and making crafts, ranging from paper bag scarecrows to candy airplanes.

The NHS students who worked so hard to make this craft day a success were: Brooke Jasky-Zuber, Bethany McMilin, Sophia Taeschner, Bailey Walgenbach, Joanna Graves, Jake Fowler, Hannah West, Jessica Pugh, Amanda Millay, Mallory Millay, Chris Nichol, Theresa Ramponi, Elaina Mercier, Tasha Brown and Scott Begins. Along with their instructor, Linda Raemaker, they made the event one to remember.

Soldotna Community Schools believes strongly in sponsoring these partner projects with young children and high school students we all learn from working together.

We truly appreciate the support and time of these enthusiastic, creative and energetic Skyview High School students. The mentoring they provide to the younger children is incredibly valuable and amazing to see.

Thanks also to the parents of the younger children who make a point of supporting our ongoing activities with their ongoing attendance.

Carmen Triana

Soldotna Community Schools

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