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Topic - Sandra Reece
"I think we have students who are very aware, who really feel some responsibility for helping others," Ms. Reece said, adding that the school's parent-teacher association has a new community outreach committee.
"It's hard for kids who don't drive, who don't have any funds themselves, to feel like they're making a difference," Ms. Reece said. "When a family rallies around the kids, they feel like one family can make a difference. That's such an important lesson to learn -- never discount what a person can do. Even if it's small, it does make a difference."