Students Aim to Brighten the Night

As part of our Huggim night, some of our 6th and 7th graders chose to make nightlights to donate to a mom's group at JF&CS. Making the nightlights was a little more complicated than expected, with a lot of steps and some gluing fingers together, but the results were amazing. In the dark when finished, the students plugged their nightlights into the wall and were amazed by how well they turned out. The JF&CS moms and their children will be able to pick out their new nightlights after the first of the year.

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