MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.
MHS 4th grade students in Mrs. Fletcher's and Mr. White's classes joined with 1st graders in Mrs. Benjamin's class to create a service project for other students at Gund School at Beech Brook. The MHS students asked for donations including books, stationary, pens, notebooks, stick notes, small stuffed animals, and dry erase boards. They put together book bags filled with the reading and writing materials that they had collected. The MHS students also wrote letters, made bookmarks and tags for the bags and decorated notebooks to include in the bags. The MHS students opened up their hearts and worked cooperatively and thoughtfully to give their peers the gifts of a reading, writing and happiness.