Trinity Episcopal School Head gets emotional, class exceeds service practice expectations
Trinity Episcopal School partners with Habitat for Humanity for a service project, as the school children decorate pieces of lumber.
VICTORIA, Texas – On Wednesday, Nov. 3, students from Trinity Episcopal School decorated pieces of lumber with signatures and drawings. The school partnered with Habitat for Humanity, as they often help this non-profit organization. Therefore allowing students of different grade levels to apply their service practice learning skills during an assembly. Kristy Nelson, the Head of School, enjoyed watching the students have fun as they completed the activity.
Both entities partner together
“I was glad the students were able to help the organization because it allowed the children to create a positive change in the community,” Nelson said.
The school’s fifth grade class went above and beyond the assignment, adding bible quotes to their lumber piece. Making Nelson feel emotionally touched watching their sincere act of kindness.
Nelson felt emotionally touched watching the students go above and beyond
“Honestly I teared up a little bit because it’s always amazing to see how and what deep thinkers children are. And how much thought and effort they put into everything they do. Oh my gosh, I actually had to excuse myself for a minute and grab a Kleenex because it was touching,” Nelson admitted.
Habitat for Humanity was really gracious for Trinity’s efforts to help them and the children’s kind hearts. The organization is still taking donations for lumber pieces which can cost up to $100 dollars per piece. In addition, they are still having their Giving Tuesday fundraiser event that’s coming up soon and are accepting online donations.
Habitat for Humanity accepts any kind of help, service or monetary
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