Fifth grade student Matthew Wool recently made the trip down to CHOP to present the check to hospital officials on behalf of the Belmont Hills school community.
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Over the past eight years, students in Jen Welby Gilbert's classes have raised more than $59,000 for a variety of important causes and initiatives through the "Charity Project."
Third grade students at Gladwyne Elementary School created a "Wax Museum" to the delight of their families, friends and guests who were invited to visit the museum Friday morning, June 1, 2018.
This year's event raised money for the District's buildOn clubs, whose mission is to break to the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education.
Gladwyne's Knitting Club recently created a collection of Swahili Duduza Dolls – also known as comfort dolls – to send along with LMHS students on their service-learning trip to construct a school in Bisanpur, Nepal.