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By Dominique Madden
Contributing Columnist 

Sabbath Middle School students receive 'Acts of Kindness' donations from community organizations


October 22, 2020

The ladies were back at Sabbath Middle School for another donation of ten (10) Chromebooks for the students. They are on a mission to ensure the students as they work through this pandemic.

RIVER ROUGE - Mr. Demond Thomas (Principal), Nicole Arnold (Academic Engagement Officer and Selena Smith (Education) are very humbled with the generosity and support that has been shown to the students at Clarence B. Sabbath Middle School in River Rouge. These three organizations work together on proving support to Sabbath school.

Apple Red Sister Organization donated hygiene kits for the students. The Reggie McKenzie Foundation donated hand sanitizer and mask to the students and the Legacy of Literacy Inc. donated Chrome books. This group of ladies work together and fulfill the needs of students across Metropolitan Detroit.

These gifts were presented with love for the students. Dr. Mongo said, "Technology plays a large role in our literacy initiative. It supports reading and writing for the youth. Our founder, Mrs. Alma Greer, is excited that kids get an opportunity to continue to learn their reading and literacy skills using technology. We are happy to help."

The Young men read. Partner with schools program. part of our o provide us with essentials to keep our learners safe.

Principal Thomas said that the district is eliminating any excuses or barriers that the kids and families have to prevent them from learning. "This is like Christmas in October" for our kids." Our partnership with this group also includes the 'Real Men Read' program that Ms. Selena Smith host each year. in March - Reading Month.

For more information on Legacy of Literacy visit or visit http://www.river


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