Rosemont LEAD students bring coats, toys to Leataata Floyd

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A group of students from Rosemont High School’s LEAD Program visited Leataata Floyd Elementary School today bearing new and gently used coats and toys.

As a campus-wide initiative, LEAD students used the month of November to collect donated clothes and toys from classrooms, parents and local community organizations.

Along with the donations, Rosemont students spent a portion of the morning playing board games, drawing and exercising on the playground with the elementary students. 

Leataata Floyd School Social Worker Rachel Webb orchestrated the project with LEAD student president Tina Luong.

Reflecting on the project, Tina commented that “doing this project is a direct way we can benefit the community by providing coats and toys to those in need. The whole process was very rewarding and a positive experience for all. We’re really hoping to come back.”