Do you have broken crayons that you just don't know what to do with? The students with special needs at William Henry Harrison High School would love to collect them once a week for a recycling program.
Students will take the broken crayons, melt them down and make new useable crayons for the elementary, jr. high, high school and art classes to use.
We appreciate you giving the students with special needs a chance to get some entry level employment skills!
You can drop your crayons in jars at the Harrison Bob Evans and O'Charley's, or at any SLSD building. For more information, contact JamieLyn Johnson at 367-4169 or email@example.com.