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NHS Students Host Elementary Book Drive

NHS Students Host Elementary Book Drive

Earlier this year, Richfield High School National Honor Society students hosted a "Book Buddy" book drive, which they organized and executed on their own. Our community showed up big, donating hundreds of elementary-level books. 

At the end of January, NHS students dropped off the books at Richfield STEM Elementary. While at R-STEM, the high schoolers visited classrooms, distributed books and read to students. R-STEM students even got to take home a book of their own!

It was so fun to see our RHS leaders interacting with the young students! Thank you to everyone who donated to the book drive, and great job to our NHS students who organized this entire project.

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