In recent weeks, our 1st grade class has learned about pets, pet care, service/working animals, and the needs of animals awaiting new homes and families. With your help, our collection drive benefiting the animals at the Idaho Human Society was a huge success. The school as a whole raised an estimated $1,000 dollars in total donations and close to 500 lbs in dry animal food and cat litter. The first grade donated 105 lbs. of dog and cat food. Second grade came in second with 57 lbs and will also have donuts, free dress day (date to be confirmed) and they are invited to attend the Reptile Adventures Assembly March 19th at 1:30 in the lunchroom. Great work Tigers and thanks for supporting the 1st grade community service project.
When I drop of the donations I always go visit the cats and dogs. This year I walked and played with several extremely gentle, cute, and well trained small dogs. Peanut and Chief (pictured below) are Chihuahua mixes. They are the ones who stand out the most. If there is anyone looking for a great family pet you should meet Peanut, Chief and the other pets at the humane society. Two years ago I adopted my first small dog ever. He was a Chihuahua/ Jack Russel mix and he is the best dog I have ever owned.
1st Grade Teacher