Many Acts of Kindness

Children at Salisbury Central School have emailed charming pictures of their drawings, paintings, crafting and chalk-work that you can see here.  As Pre-K teacher Rebecca Gaschel wrote,
We'd love to send pictures to your fabulous residents thus continuing our tradition of sending projects your way.   To circumvent the actual paper could the children take pictures of projects and drawings, pass them along in a safe way and you could print them? We are anxious to do something helpful to spread cheer not germs!

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