St. David School runs the Santa Shuffle

St. David School Vice Principal, Colin Laplame and grade 5 student, Katelynn Michauville run the Santa Shuffle.

December 5, 2016 - The students and staff of St. David Catholic School once again participated in the Salvation Army's Santa Shuffle and Elf Run. The students and school staff raised funds to support the run. The event assists the Salvation Army support families in need during the Christmas season and throughout the year. All pledges raised for the Santa Shuffle and Elf Run help people in our community who struggle to make ends meet. St. David School raised $634.65 for the Salvation Army.

"The Santa Shuffle is a fantastic way to support those in need during the Christmas season as well as have fun promoting healthy living with our students. Our grade 3 teacher, Terri Lynn Lepage, and other staff members organize an after school running / reading club for the months leading up to the event as a way to train and promote good health through exercise. We are appreciative of all the support and encouragement of our families - and want to thank them for their generous donations. Merry Christmas!" states Lindsay Michel, St. David School FDK teacher.



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