Peterborough Elementary SchoolSchoolstudents know that their work is not overlooked bynursesduring a pandemic. I want to let you know.
Westmount Public School freshmanstudentthanked the frontline workers for making bracelets and cards. The class delivered a special gift to the Peterborough Community Health Center on Tuesday afternoon.
Tina Wheeler-Moorcroft says that many students have a family working in the hospital.
"What we often talked about was that they couldn't meet their parents or grandparents because they worked so hard," Wheeler-Moorcroft said. "So we all said,'Why don't you make a bracelet?'"
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Students started working on bracelets in February , making a total of 50 bracelets.
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Josie Florence as a nurse Working intensive care unit. She called the bracelet a wonderful, heartfelt surprise.
"That means we're hearing from the next generation," Florence said. "Everything we've done has reached a sort of peak and it feels like we're making a difference."
Wheeler-Moorcroft's positive feelings of giving back are that the class It is said to be accompanied by valuable lessons that we hope to remember.
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Celebrating the school year, "Thanks to the people who work in our community, all the nurses and doctors, and all the time they spend taking care of us," Wheeler-Moorcroft said. rice field. "Please be kind. Thank you. Kindness helps a lot."
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