LIS students send letters of support and monetary donations to flood survivors in Loveland, Colorado
Loveland Intermediate School (LIS) is sponsoring a building-wide writing project: Loveland to Loveland. The week of September 30, teachers will work with LIS students to craft messages of support for the elementary school students who live in Loveland, Colorado – one of the areas hit hard by recent flooding. In addition, the school will collect monetary donations to raise funds for flood relief.
“We share a unique connection with the people of Loveland, Colorado, because of the name – so we used this as an opportunity to have our students learn a larger life lesson and be of service to those in need,” said Laura Holtkamp, LIS teacher and Loveland to Loveland project coordinator.
Students will begin composing letters Monday, Sept. 30, and work on the project through Friday, Oct. 4.