Perry Browne students lend a helping hand

NORWICH Along with the expected skills of reading, writing and arithmetic learned in the classroom, select students at Perry Browne Intermediate School have also spent the year learning about ways in which they can help their community at a young age.



Since October, students in grades 3-5 who are involved with the Student Leadership Club at Perry Browne have eagerly reached out to the community, not only benefitting those in need of a helping hand, but also providing those students invaluable insight as to how they can refine their school and their hometown.

The Perry Bowne Leadership Club meets on a biweekly basis to discuss ideas that range from ways to improve their school store, to ways of helping those who need help the most. Under the leadership of club advisors Julie Salerno and Heather Frink, the club has participated in a number of charitable efforts and students tackle a new project every month.


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