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“Big friends helping little friends”

Some of the Sherwood Middle School (SMS) volunteers on the newly cleaned playground with (front, l to r) Carol Virzi, head of the SMS Student Voice Program and fifth-grade teacher, SMS Principal Jane Lizotte, and Katie Treiber, grounds coordinator for the Beal Early Childhood Center PTO.  (Photo/Heidi Haynes-Pandey)

Some of the Sherwood Middle School (SMS) volunteers on the newly cleaned playground with (front, l to r) Carol Virzi, head of the SMS Student Voice Program and fifth-grade teacher, SMS Principal Jane Lizotte, and Katie Treiber, grounds coordinator for the Beal Early Childhood Center PTO. (Photo/Heidi Haynes-Pandey)

Shrewsbury – More than 50 Sherwood Middle School students, faculty, and parents showed up on a Saturday to give back to the town and their former school, Beal Early Childhood Center. The Sherwood School's Student Voice Program hosted a cleanup day Nov. 2 to clear away tree debris and trash from the school and playground areas, as well as weed, mulch, and trim the green spaces. Members of Student Voice work together with parents and faculty to organize community service projects. The theme of the cleanup was “Big friends helping little friends.” For more information about Student Voice, visit http://cvirzi.wix.com/student-voice.

 

 

 

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