Jack and Jill delivers 1,050 masks
ORANGE PARK – Just when Grove Park Elementary School in Orange Park was running low on masks, Jack and Jill of America came to the rescue.
The organization arrived at the school on Thursday, Oct. 29, and donated 1,050 masks to help the school remain compliant in their locally and federally mandated protected measures against the COVID-19 virus. Mariah Spassoff, Assistant Principal at Grove Park, was there to receive the donation.
“Our community has stepped up and made sure that we have the most protective gear possible,” said Spassoff. “We can make sure all of our teachers and even our students have the opportunity to be safe and wear the masks. Sometimes students bring masks, and they either break or sometimes they forget them. We can always have them available if they need a backup.”
Jack and Jill of America is an organization dedicated to creating future African American leaders by developing leadership and service through volunteering and giving.
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