JWPMS Students Pay It Forward

Posted on October 5, 2012, in Lancer Life

Students at James W. Parker Middle School have made the personal decision to inspire change in the world through their acts of kindness.

Fifth grader Lindsey Cain has been making and selling glass jewelry in order to use the profits to buy toys for the play room at Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh. So far, she has been able to buy a dollhouse and a tool set. Her jewelry (some of which is featured below) is on display on her Facebook page, “Naturel Sparklzzz” and can be order via phone or email.

Four other JWPMS students make up part of the group they call “The Colored Zebras.” Patience Makusi, Malyna  Zboyovski, Emily Smith and Makayla Jay — with the help of two other girls — have been making duct tape bracelets and selling them to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Colored Zebras were recently filmed on the “Good Kids” Program with WJET. The girls plan to sell their bracelets at the Edinboro Elementary Holiday Fun Night & Book Fair on December 5.

Kudus to all these students & keep up the good work!