Change Wars: Byrneville Students Help With Hurricane Relief

October 22, 2017

“Change Wars” at Byrneville Elementary School recently raised $430 for hurricane relief.

The “Change Wars” pitted students in grades kindergarten through second against students in grades third through fifth. Each group brought spare change to the school, with the the K-2 team taking top honors and earning a popcorn party.

The money will be used to help a south Florida charter school with hurricane recovery.

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One Response to “Change Wars: Byrneville Students Help With Hurricane Relief”

  1. Willene Bryan on October 22nd, 2017 7:19 am

    Congratulations Byrneville students!! Excellent choice helping another school.





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