Robinson Middle School Students Decorate Plaza West

A group of about fifteen 6th, 7th and 8th grade Robinson Middle School Stucco students worked together to decorate Plaza West Care Center for the holidays. Led by school counselor and Stucco sponsor Janet Mitchell, the students decorated five evergreen trees throughout the center, as well as hung garland in hallways and decked out the center’s foyer. Venita, a 6th grader, felt good about her contribution to the project because “it’s going to make (the residents) happy because we came on our own time to do this.”  Alexandra, a 7th grader hopes it will “remind (the residents) of home and their family.” Mitchell says Robinson Middle School’s participation in this yearly service project has taken place for almost a decade. The next project for these students will be at the Helping Hands Humane Society in January, followed by a spring project for Shooting Star Equine Rehabilitation and Rescue. 

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