Students Learn To Give Back At Frontier

Frontier Elementary School’s Student Council is working on several community service projects.

With the guidance of the student council sponsor, first-grade teacher Marisa Hopkins, the Frontier Elementary School Student Council delivered more than 300 holiday cards from students to the Red Cross to be mailed to men and women of the armed forces serving overseas.

They also collected 11 large boxes filled with nonperishable food items that were donated to the Rotary Club to help provide holiday meals to families in the community.

In December, Frontier Elementary School will begin collecting unwrapped toys to be donated to local charities in time for Christmas.

“It’s incredible seeing the enthusiasm of the students when they realize they are able to make a difference in their community by helping others,” Hopkins said. “It should inspire all residents, young and old, to remember to help others, especially at this time of year.”

ABOVE: Members of Frontier Elementary School’s Student Council.