Number of Participants: 220
Hours Donated: 1
Value of Time Served: $1,859
Event Type: Humanitarian Service
Date: October 3, 2019
Students and staff from the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center and Waverly Park Elementary School recently teamed up to host a “Peds for Peru” drive. Together, the school communities collected more than 220 pairs of shoes to donate to students in need at the Primaria 50896 San Isidro Labrador Publica in Huayllabamba, Peru.
Connecting with the district’s 2019-2020 theme of the year, A Community of Caring, this fundraiser was one of many service projects that Lynbrook students participate in throughout the school year to give back.
1) Students and staff from the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center collected shoes for their “Peds for Peru” drive. Pictured left to right: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak, kindergartners Logan Cruz, Daniel Manning, Shea Alvarez and Principal Ellen Postman.
2) The Waverly Park school community collected shoes for their “Peds for Peru” drive. Pictured left to right: fourth graders Roxy Lerner, Riley Shogan, Principal Allison Banhazl and fourth graders Matthew Mignella and Mati Mohammed.
Photos courtesy of the Lynbrook Public Schools