The students at Woodville High School have joined together to help students and teachers from the recently demolished Brindlee Mountain Primary School.
This Marshall County school housed Pre-K through second grade and was hit by an EF-2 tornado on Jan. 11.
Woodville’s Junior Beta Club has taken this as one of their service projects. Items will be collected at the school through Jan. 31.
=The following items are being collected: post-it notes, colored cardstock, page protectors, Crayola washable paint, paper, tape, white cardstock, Clorox wipes, Play-doh, notebooks, clipboards, markers, pencils, books applicable for kindergarten through second graders, erasers, crayons, scissors, and Kleenex.
Students in kindergarten through second grade from this school will finish the year in a building at Brindlee Mountain High School. The school staff has worked diligently since the tornado to prepare for the return of the students next Monday. The Pre-K classes have been moved to Brindlee Elementary School.
Anyone interested in joining with these students in this project, should take items to the school office.