Students at Salk Middle School raised about $600 to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
The fundraiser was organized by Salk’s Associated Student Body officers Kyle Cozza, Zoe Ruchti and Jake Wash. Students and staff donated $1 to wear a hat of their choice to school for a day. Donations continued for two days after their hat day.
The school donated the money to the American Red Cross for relief efforts in the Philippines.
The students learned how to think “globally with compassion and selflessness at the needs of others,” said teacher Debra Trujillo-Gilbert in an email.
Logan kids to create show for GU TV
Logan Elementary students will get a taste of broadcast journalism in “The Logan Report,” a 30-minute news and interview show developed through a partnership with Gonzaga University’s broadcasting and journalism students.
The show will be streamed live on GU TV on Wednesday at 5 p.m.
The show will feature pre-recorded and live segments, including “Logan News,” staff interviews by a student; “Quiz Bowl,” student interviews by teachers; “When I Grow Up,” with interviews between Salk sixth-graders and GU Alumni; “Kids Say …,” informal questions and answers with kindergarteners; and “Ask the Principal,” a live interview between a sixth-grader and Logan Principal Maile Aden.
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