Fourth graders in Shelly Kluver’s class at Franklin Elementary School display thank you cards they received from Mercy One emergency medical helicopter service staff. Previously, the students wrote the Mercy One staff thank you cards as part of a caring project. Pictured are front row, from left, Layla Gavagan, Chloe Quick, Angela Mercer, Cade Klein, Guadalupe Gonzalez and Chayten Bracy. Second row, Ellie Hughes, Cristoval Sanchez, Emma Bradbury, Brooklyn Gudith, Camille Ceren, Olivia Zavala Livengood, Ari Herrera, Miles Griego and Linette Lopez. Back row, Tamara Mejia, Davis Ragland, Isaac Young, Xanyra Tapia Gonzalez, Gaby Martinez Torres, Ella Spitzli and Makia Long.
Franklin Elementary School students were excited on May 24 after thank you cards they wrote as part of a caring project resulted in thank you cards back to them.
Earlier in May, fourth graders in Shelly Kluver’s class wrote thank you cards to Mercy One emergency medical helicopter service staff after life flight was needed for family members of Franklin staff.
It didn’t take long for Mercy One staff to send personalized, hand written cards to each of the students in the class, who were elated to receive them.
For a video about this project, click here.