Posted on September 10th, 2013 in Featured, General News

After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School last year, Glenns Valley Elementary School students and staff created snowflakes.  They were sent to Sandy Hook as a sign of support for the students and staff. The snowflakes hung throughout the school. When students returned to school, they entered a winter wonderland of handmade snowflakes adorning the walls, windows and ceilings of their new school. GV recently received a thank you note from the Sandy Hook PTA. It read:

Thank you for your heartfelt, generous, and thoughtful contribution to Snowflakes for Sandy Hook. Because of your efforts and many others, we received snowflakes of all shapes, sizes and forms from schools, PTAs, community centers, and families across the country and around the world. Sandy Hook students, staff and families have been the recipient of a blizzard of love and support in the form of snowflakes, and we could not be more thankful!

Our community has taken great comfort in the global outpouring of support from wonderful people like you. We will always treasure our blizzard of love.

Thank you for your kindness,
Sandy Hook Elementary School PTA