Mountain lions in the wild are fierce predators, however the Mountain Lions of Sara Harp Minter Elementary are a loving and beneficiant bunch. As a part of National Kindness Month, kindergarteners hosted a provide drive for the canine and cats at Royal Animal Refuge.
While performing acts of kindness across the faculty, kindergarten college students determined they needed to develop with a neighborhood service challenge to actually assist the neighborhood. They settled on Royal Animal Refuge and gathered meals, leashes, toys, and towels to donate for the adoptable canine and cats. Melissa Edwards, a 2nd grade trainer on the faculty and an energetic volunteer at Royal, chipped in and delivered all of the goodies.
“Students understood showing kindness should be a part of their everyday life,” stated kindergarten trainer Susan Gittins. “Showing kindness to animals proved to be a rewarding experience. These young students surely made a difference in the lives of these animals!”
— Provided by the Fayette County School System.