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Community Outreach and Giving Back—Students Leading the Charge

A group of Malletts Bay School’s Ospreys are serving as “Change Bandits” in this year’s Big Change Roundup to benefit programs and services at Fletcher Allen Health Care’s Vermont Children’s Hospital.

The annual fundraiser is a coin-collecting initiative, and some of the Ospreys are teaming up to help the effort reach its goal of $250,000. The student team leading the charge presented a proposal for helping hospitalized children early in the year, including conducting regular announcements, a Western-themed spirit day, and proactive coin collection—along with raffling donated goods they have collected—between now and March 11.

The Osprey Change Bandits leading the effort are Isabella S., Stephanie T., Jayme B., and Ally K.
The Osprey Change Bandits leading the effort are Isabella S., Stephanie T., Jayme B., and Ally K.

It is important to note just how active our students are in their community and the outreach initiatives into which they pour so much effort. Just a few examples of what Malletts Bay School students have done for their community include:

Students in every school in our district make it a point to get involved and give back.

For more information about any of these initiatives or to learn more about what our students are doing for their community, please feel free to contact us at any time!

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