Sunday, June 14, 2020

Alabama School Chooses Kind Raising $200 For CCA


The sister of Anna Rogers Milican and her students at Cherokee County Career and Technology Center raised around $200 selling paper brains and skulls for CCA! The students in these classes were moved after hearing a speaker's bureau member share their story during a school assembly in February 2020. 

Above are some images of all the paper brains and skulls that students purchased, wrote their names on, and displayed in the hallway of the school to honor CCA kids. As you can see many students participated in this fund-raising and awareness-engaging event. 

We are so grateful for your ability to come together. The $200 will help a child get life-saving surgery they need, stay connected in the CCA family, and help other schools like yours teach kids empathy building, and bullying prevention skills they will use for the rest of their lives. 

Keep choosing kind, Cherokee County!

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