Students at Model Middle School put their talents to good use on Friday. As part of the school’s annual service project, the students hosted a talent show to raise money for victims of Hurricane Micheal.
“We began collecting money at the end of October to provide school supplies and clothing to students in PreK through 12th grade in the Bay District Schools area who have been impacted by Hurricane Michael. We will also be providing classroom supplies and gift cards to places like Office Depot and Walmart for affected teachers,” says Principal Steve Turrentine.
So far, the students have raised over $3,000 towards the project. The deadline for donations is Dec. 20. Coach Dunny Blankenship will be delivering a check and supplies to the school system during Christmas break.