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Three Girls Lead Fundraising for Ransacked Classrooms
Three Girls Lead Fundraising for Ransacked Classrooms

A group of 6th grade girls are doing their part to make a difference in the community this year.

They have organized a fundraiser to help two teachers at Schorr Elementary School get back on track after their portable classrooms were ransacked over winter break. The people responsible even put paint and water on the computers.

Macaiah Honable, Sydney James and Callie Addleman  made a video to let the public know what happened and what they are doing about it.

The girls now go to Silvestri Junior High, but say they have to help because the teachers who were targeted were two of their favorites when they were younger.

"We heard that our favorite teacher's portable got vandalized. So, we were brainstorming at lunch to see what we could do to help," Macaiah said.

"They're such amazing teachers. They've done so much things for us, and now it's our turn to return the favor," Sydney said.

"We hope that they can repair all the things that needed repaired, that got damaged by the bad guys," Callie said.

The girls are selling hair bows and donating their own babysitting money to the cause. They hope to raise $3,000 to help Schorr Elementary School fix the portable classrooms.

To help, people can donate at gofundme.com/63mgyo.

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