HPC and Capitol Federal Continue Long Partnership

For the nineteenth year in a row, Capitol Federal has signed on to provide volunteers to Highland Park Central Elementary School.

The volunteers have been coming to the school regularly for nearly two decades to help out around the building and work with students. This year they will also begin a lunch reading program with the kids.
Capitol Federal president and CEO John Dicus was on hand recently to officially sign the agreement with Highland Park Central. Dicus and HPC principal Kelley Norman spoke to a group of third graders about the partnership and what it would mean for the students. Also in attendance was a group of five Capitol Federal volunteers who came to meet the students and kick of the 19th year of volunteer work with the school.

Thank you to Mr. Dicus and the volunteers who offer their time to our students!

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