CEDAR GROVE, NJ: South End School partnered with the Cedar Grove Elks to raise money for Mount St. Joseph’s Children’s Center in Totowa. Working with the Elks, the third and fourth grade teachers at South End asked students and families to participate in a Coin Drive, donating their spare change every day for three weeks. The students raised more than $875 for Mount St. Joseph’s Children Center, which is a private residential and day school for children with emotional, behavioral and academic disabilities.
South End School Raises Money for Mount St. Joseph’s Children’s Center
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