Bird Rock students raise money for earthquake relief

Students and parents line up to purchase baked goods. Photo: Neda Mesri

Bird Rock Elementary students raised $758 last week to donate to the Red Cross for the earthquake relief effort in Japan.

Kimber Becker, who chairs Bird Rock’s Character Education Program, organized the event. Families brought in baked goods and fifth graders donated their ice cream sales for the day to the effort.

Kimber Becker and her fifth-grade son Maverick Becker. Photo: Neda Mesri


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