BMS spreads holiday cheer

Back to Article
Back to Article

BMS spreads holiday cheer


Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.

Email This Story


Boston Middle School students and staff produced another amazing Angel Tree Family success story. The students and staff raised money, donated time, donated gifts and donated their talents to make this another stunning community give back effort.

The student council adopted seventeen families, which included 46 children and 10 adults. Students brainstormed ideas on how to make this huge task become accomplished.

Students and staff donated to the cause, purchased gifts of their choice, and worked their magic to provide for all families. Some had collected aluminum cans and worked odd jobs to raise the funds for these families. The gifts, food, and health care products were then wrapped and organized by family. Next, was bundling and keeping of all family items together.

“Although it took a lot of work, this all paid off in the end. I felt tired but it went to a great cause and was well worth it,” Alondra Pedraza Negrete, student council representative, said.

All Items were then hauled to the Salvation Army using seven very loaded cars/trucks. This completes another community service project for Boston Middle School students this year.

Veronica Karagory stated “This was hectic at times, but well worth the effort.” “Seeing the outpouring of help and love finalizing my faith in humanity,” Aaron M. Kroening, student council representative, said.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email