Students team up to help families in need

 Students in their pajamas and comfy clothes during the Cozy & Caring drive

Students at Cloverleaf Middle School and Cloverleaf High School got Cozy & Caring to support local families in need.

Over the course of five Tuesdays in November and December, students could donate $1 to wear pajamas or other comfortable attire to school. Over the weeks, students in both buildings raised a total of more than $5,500 that will go to Project Giving Tree to help Cloverleaf families enjoy a brighter holiday season.

The Cozy & Caring drive was organized by the high school student council, middle school student council, and middle school Emerald Key.

Pictured here (left to right) are CHS students Abby Andrews, Caleb Cass, Lisa Wangler and Brooke Swain.

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