Community Invited to Make Snowflakes To Show Support for Sandy Hook
You can drop off your creations at the school Administration Building starting today through Jan. 9.
The Rochester Community Schools PTA Council is encouraging the community to create paper snowflakes to send to Sandy Hook Elementary School students in the wake of the tragedy at their school.
The snowflakes will be collected at the Administration Building and sent to Newtown, Connecticut.
"We have received phone calls, emails, and texts from many of you asking how we may be able to support the students and families directly impacted by the recent tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary," wrote PTA Council President Michelle Bueltel in an email to parents.
"The National PTA, working in conjunction with the Newton PTA, has asked that families who wish to be of assistance participate in the snowflake project."
The snowflakes will be used to decorate the school that Sandy Hook students return to in January.
Snowflakes can be dropped off at the administration building today and through Jan. 9.
Need help making a paper snowflake? Here's a quick tutorial.