Rome pre-k students participate in 'Holiday Giving Project."

Rome pre-k students help others in need

Students and their families in the Rome Pre-K program at Jerry C. Clough School in Rome collected over $1,000 as part of their annual "Holiday Giving Project". Part of the monetary donations was used to buy gifts for children at a local hospital. The remaining money was given to the Ronald McDonald House. Pre-K teachers, Deborah Pinti, Peg Rossi, Mary Ellen Shevat, Colleen Martin, Sandy Gallagher, and Michelle Tine helped coordinate the event.

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