Humane Society benefits from student fundraiser

Valley View Elementary has big hearts! Not only for each other, but also for pets and animals. On February 14, 2011, Mrs. Reinert’s class hosted the Kent County Animal Shelter. The students listened to the presentation on what they do at the shelter and they learned how to handle and pet animals. The class also presented the shelter with new leashes, dog food, dog bowls, towels and many more donations that they had been collecting. The students loved to meet and see the dogs and learn safety with stray animals.

 

 

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