Roslyn Middle School students help children in El Salvador

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Faculty and students at Escuela Rural Mixta del Canton El Carmen, San Ignacio, Chalatenango, El Salvador were extremely grateful for the kind, much-needed gesture of the FACS students and their teachers, Rachel Frescott and Liza Mancia. (Photo courtesy of Roslyn school district)

Last year’s sixth grade Family and Consumer Science classes and members of the FACS Club at Roslyn Middle School practiced their sewing skills and made pencil cases, which were donated to underprivileged students in an elementary school in El Salvador.

Students demonstrated their sewing skills by measuring, cutting, pinning and stitching designs on their pencil cases. Finally, students lined the inside with fabric and sewed a button to secure the case.

Faculty and students at Escuela Rural Mixta del Canton El Carmen, San Ignacio, Chalatenango, El Salvador were extremely grateful for the kind, much-needed gesture of the FACS students and their teachers, Rachel Frescott and Liza Mancia.

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