New Reflections students provide crafty Halloween treats to Eagle Point

20161031_083426 20161031_083246On October 31, students in the high school alternative education program, called New Reflections, shared special hand-made crafts with students at Eagle Point Elementary School.  According to New Reflections teacher Racquel Drunasky, “we continue to work with EPES to build community connections for our students and the students and staff of EPES.”

EPES Principal Ann Schoenberger appreciated the older students’ efforts saying, “Thanks so much for thinking of our young children and for providing fun activities for them!  We always appreciate the support of your students and your program!”

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