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Midpeninsula students aid community in quests for food donations, face masks

Original post made on Apr 28, 2020

While school is online and many extracurriculars are canceled, some Midpeninsula students are reporting they have more time on their hands. A few are putting their extra time -- and coding skills -- to use.

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Posted by Impressive
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Apr 28, 2020 at 11:00 am

I have always been impressed by the creativity and empathy of many of our high school students. But these tangible examples of a desire to help other students and members of our communities in time of need, is exemplary. Kudos to all of the teens!
Keep up this spirit of outreach and social justice.


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Posted by Gunn Parent
a resident of Gunn High School
on Apr 28, 2020 at 5:47 pm

What great examples of Teen initiated and run programs.
They are all doing amazing work and I admire their unity and passion, well done!
Co-ordinating all these efforts virtually is no small endeavor.
Last week members of the Essential Heroes campaign delivered masks to CCAT in Fresno to support the farmworkers there, and the response was amazing!
The group is already hard at work making masks for O'Connor Hospital, Ravenswood Center in East Palo Alto, and workers in Half Moon Bay and Gilroy.

So impressed by the Teens in our Town!


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