As one of their many service projects this year, safety patrol students at Frontier Elementary School in The Acreage sold red noses as part of the Red Nose Day Campaign to end childhood poverty.
Frontier students sold almost 500 noses, safety patrol sponsor Sherrie Dulany said.
The students also learned about the many programs that benefit from Red Nose Day. Some of those programs include the Boys & Girls Club, Charity Water, and a variety of other organizations focused on providing children with food, clean water, medical care, shelter and quality education.
ABOVE: Assistant Principal Laurie Suarez-Wilt with students at the Red Nose Photo Spot.