UES students help others


Third grade students from Union Elementary raised $220 for mosquito nets for children in Zambia and Kenya. The money will provide 44 nets that are treated with insecticide to prevent malaria among families in Africa. Each net can sleep up to four young children or two adults. This project helped students to be more globally aware. The winner of the contest between the two classes had the opportunity to see their teacher pied in the face with a pie plate covered in whipped cream.


Third grade students from Union Elementary raised $220 for mosquito nets for children in Zambia and Kenya. The money will provide 44 nets that are treated with insecticide to prevent malaria among families in Africa. Each net can sleep up to four young children or two adults. This project helped students to be more globally aware. The winner of the contest between the two classes had the opportunity to see their teacher pied in the face with a pie plate covered in whipped cream.

Third grade students from Union Elementary raised $220 for mosquito nets for children in Zambia and Kenya. The money will provide 44 nets that are treated with insecticide to prevent malaria among families in Africa. Each net can sleep up to four young children or two adults. This project helped students to be more globally aware. The winner of the contest between the two classes had the opportunity to see their teacher pied in the face with a pie plate covered in whipped cream.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_Photo-1.jpgThird grade students from Union Elementary raised $220 for mosquito nets for children in Zambia and Kenya. The money will provide 44 nets that are treated with insecticide to prevent malaria among families in Africa. Each net can sleep up to four young children or two adults. This project helped students to be more globally aware. The winner of the contest between the two classes had the opportunity to see their teacher pied in the face with a pie plate covered in whipped cream.
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