Alhambra students donate to Leaps of Love: For the “Character” part of the annual Alhambra Primary Cruisin’ with Character Mini-Marathon, students fulfilled service projects for the school and community. In February and March, the first character project was the “Taking the Challenge” program, which was designed to reduce the amount of time students and families spent using media and reduce exposure to media violence. In April, classes took turns visiting the residents at the Hitz Memorial Home. Some classes made door decorations for the residents, sang to the residents, or read to the residents. Students also collected pennies for Leaps of Love, a Highland-based organization dedicated to supporting families and children with childhood brain tumors and late affects of childhood cancer. Each week during the month of April, the bank in Alhambra would total up the pennies. Students had set a goal of raising $300 and ended up raising $331.72. Pictured Traci Riechmann of Leaps of Love accepts the check from students. Studens pictured, from left, are Nathan Aranowski, Brandt Mansholt, Reid Burrows, Isaiah Jump, Traci Reichmann, Kenzie Ingram, Trey Kronk, Tyler Hunsche and Titus Jefferson.
Alhambra students donate to Leaps of Love: For the “Character” part of the annual Alhambra Primary Cruisin’ with Character Mini-Marathon, students fulfilled service projects for the school and community. In February and March, the first character project was the “Taking the Challenge” program, which was designed to reduce the amount of time students and families spent using media and reduce exposure to media violence. In April, classes took turns visiting the residents at the Hitz Memorial Home. Some classes made door decorations for the residents, sang to the residents, or read to the residents. Students also collected pennies for Leaps of Love, a Highland-based organization dedicated to supporting families and children with childhood brain tumors and late affects of childhood cancer. Each week during the month of April, the bank in Alhambra would total up the pennies. Students had set a goal of raising $300 and ended up raising $331.72. Pictured Traci Riechmann of Leaps of Love accepts the check from students. Studens pictured, from left, are Nathan Aranowski, Brandt Mansholt, Reid Burrows, Isaiah Jump, Traci Reichmann, Kenzie Ingram, Trey Kronk, Tyler Hunsche and Titus Jefferson.
Alhambra students donate to Leaps of Love: For the “Character” part of the annual Alhambra Primary Cruisin’ with Character Mini-Marathon, students fulfilled service projects for the school and community. In February and March, the first character project was the “Taking the Challenge” program, which was designed to reduce the amount of time students and families spent using media and reduce exposure to media violence. In April, classes took turns visiting the residents at the Hitz Memorial Home. Some classes made door decorations for the residents, sang to the residents, or read to the residents. Students also collected pennies for Leaps of Love, a Highland-based organization dedicated to supporting families and children with childhood brain tumors and late affects of childhood cancer. Each week during the month of April, the bank in Alhambra would total up the pennies. Students had set a goal of raising $300 and ended up raising $331.72. Pictured Traci Riechmann of Leaps of Love accepts the check from students. Studens pictured, from left, are Nathan Aranowski, Brandt Mansholt, Reid Burrows, Isaiah Jump, Traci Reichmann, Kenzie Ingram, Trey Kronk, Tyler Hunsche and Titus Jefferson.