Students at Park View Elementary School spent Service Week, Nov. 8-12, doing service projects to benefit local agencies. Kindergarten and first-grade students held a macaroni and cheese drive for the Lombard/Villa Park Food Pantry, along with collecting children’s clothing for ages 0-5 for the Outreach House/First Things First, both of which have now united as the Outreach House. Grades two and three collected crayons from S.C.A.R.C.E. to remove the paper wrappers. They also collected books and like-new school supplies. Fourth- and fifth-grade students wrote letters to our troops, and held a comfort and care package drive for Operation Support Our Troops America. Pictured is Superintendent Dr. Ted Stec, who stopped by to help (left to right) Olivia, 6; Emily, 9; Elizabeth, 9; and Ruby, 10, peel the paper off some crayons.


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