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Courtesy Photo | A project by Creekside Middle School sixth-grader Faith Metze (center) to provide playground equipment for students with disabilities got the final half of the $500 cost from the Metze family. Posing with Faith are (from left) Challenge Corps teacher Kris Hermansson, Life Skills teacher Lindsey Fritz, Prairiewood Principal Jared Skorburg, and Life Skills teacher Sarah Scholinsy.
When Faith Metze was asked last year to choose a Passion Project for her gifted program at Prairiewood Elementary School, the decision was easy based on her volunteer experience with […]
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