Ring Elementary School 4th Grade Students Donate JPD & Officer Mitchell

Ring Elementary School fourth graders in Liz Covey’s class decided to perform an act of kindness by thanking the Jamestown Police Department and in particular, K-9 Officer Mitchell, for their service. air jordan 2011 Students created 60 handmade thin blue line ornaments for each JPD officer and gifted K-9 Mitchell with his own thin blue thin collar for his heroic efforts. nike pas cher Students also wrote each officer a special note in a card thanking them for protecting our community.

“Our idea started a little over a month ago, after K-9 Mitchell was injured,” said Mrs. Nike Cortez Covey. Air Jordan 3 “During our morning meetings we had been talking about acts of kindness and how we can show people that we appreciate them. nike air max griffey I felt that this was the perfect opportunity to show our appreciation for our local police department. asics uk I want to teach my students to show kindness each and every day.”

To thank the students, Handler, Officer Erik Kraft, and K-9 Officer Mitchell visited the Mrs. nike air max pas cher Covey’s classroom. nike air max pas cher Before gifts were presented Ring Elementary School student, Kollin Leroy, shared with Officer Mitchell why they invited them into their classroom. new balance running “We wanted to thank you for protecting our community and keeping us safe.”

Officer Kraft and K-9 Officer Mitchell showed students tricks, answered questions and shared that K-9 Officer Mitchell is doing great.

posted on 11/29/2016 - filed under: Community, Elementary School, Spotlight, Students