Ringgold Elementary School students support Service Club
At Ringgold Elementary School fifth-graders have the opportunity to serve their school and community by earning the privilege to be on the Leadership/service Club.
These students complete an application and are recommended by teachers. They also comprise the RES Safety Patrol, which includes students who monitor the hallways and assist with parent lunches and dismissal. Additionally, they donate time to various community service projects, such as the Ronald Mcdonald House and local snack pack program that provides food to children in need.
Given their dedication and desire to help others around them, this group needs support to make these projects successful. Toward this end, students and staff at RES are given the opportunity to enjoy fun days by donating $1 to support this club and their projects. For instance, students have dressed in pajamas and worn hats to school this year.
This group works hard throughout the year and appreciates the support of their fellow classmates and teachers.
Front, from left: Skyla Martin, Aiden Walston, Madison Morris, Andrea Velker, Lydia Colquette, Aidan Peels and Jaiden Patten. Middle, from left: Skye Richardson, Madison Sertel, Nathaniel Johnson, Cameron Davis, Lainey Reed, Aaron Dyer, Jaylee Goodman, Bryce Robenolt, Rebecca Goforth, Channing Roach, Kennidie Chapman, Taylor Robinson, Emily Housley, Olivia Coker and Brookelyn Hall. Back, from left: Leala Strange, Karis Neff, Caden Norris, Ava Phillips, Hailey Dempsey, Garrett Long, Jet Stallard, Levi Wilson, Kellie Boehm, Landon Barber, Laney Williams, Matthew Allen, Cayden Farmer, Cora Jackson, Makayla Cowan, Zoe Brown, Jade Shockley and Ashley Hamilton.
From left: Eli Pursley, Lydia Colquette and Madison Sertel.