Students Make Snowflakes For Sandy Hook

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MEDFORD, Ore. — Local students are hoping to help the young Sandy Hook survivors feel safe when they return to school in the new year. Kennedy Elementary School students are creating snowflakes as part of a national campaign started by the Connecticut PTSA.

The dozens of snowflakes created in Megan Stillwell’s third grade class will join the hundreds made at Kennedy Elementary, and the thousands created nationwide, all being sent to the school Sandy Hook students will be attending when winter break ends. The goal is to provide students comfort after tragedy.

You can also take part by making your own snowflake for the students of Sandy Hook. The Connecticut PTSA is asking for all snowflakes to arrive before January 12th. You can find the mailing address here.