No masking the enthusiasm

  • Fifth-grader Alexis, fourth-grader Kevin and third-grader Suraj, all students at Broken Ground School, display masks they tie-dyed during the 21C after school program. Courtesy photo

Published: 11/19/2020 9:18:36 PM
Modified: 11/19/2020 9:18:25 PM

Broken Ground School students in the 21st Century Community Learning Center after-school program tried their hands at tie-dying some white cloth face masks recently, that will be made available to students at the school who don’t have masks to wear.

Fourth-grader Kevin Mbonimpa wrote about the experience here.

One day at 21C, we were tie dye. We wanted to make masks for the school. We went outside under a big tent. I made 20 masks. Our nurse has them for kids at Broken Ground School who don’t have one. It was a lot of fun, but messy. I liked helping my school.

Kevin Mbonimpa,
Grade 4 at Broken Ground School.

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