Miller students collecting hygiene products as part of class effort


Miller Middle School students are creating a hygiene cabinet, which will offer supplies for students at no cost. Pictured collecting supplies to stock the cabinet are students, from left, Joel Vargas, Leslie Rangel and Diyana Rabih.

A Miller Middle School personalized learning class project is part learning about business and part learning about helping others.

The class has started accepting donations for a hygiene cabinet to help provide these supplies for free for students if they need them. The class is taught by science teacher Dan Cibula.


Dan Cibula

The closet is still accepting donations and is expected to be able to open for students to select items later in the fall. Students wrote business letters to local businesses seeking donations and a few have already sent back donations.

“We are trying to get across to the students how to set up a business structure, but the main point is the importance of lending a helping hand,” Cibula said.

A donation box will be set up at the Miller Middle School office if anyone from the public would like to donate to the hygiene closet. For more information email Mr. Cibula at