Act of Kindness: Uplift Summit International Preparatory Students Thank Essential Workers
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 30, 2020, April 30, 2020

Thank you notes left for postal workers. Courtesy: Aamilah Chowdhury

When the coronavirus outbreak forced Uplift Summit International Preparatory school to close, it meant the end of most extracurricular activities. But three student organizations found a way to continue their work serving the community. 

The school's Key club, Beta club and robotics clubs organized a service project to thank the essential workers and healthcare professionals keeping America safe and running. 

Together, students from the clubs wrote thank-you messages for medical workers across the country. The notes have been delivered to facilities in Arlington, Denton, Waco, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Tulsa, Houston, Philadelphia and Chicago. 

Students also colored thank-you messages for postal workers. The signs have been placed on mailboxes across Arlington. 

Share kindness when you see it. Post on social media with the hashtags #ArlingtonKindness or #ArlingtonStrong. You can also email news@arlingtontx.gov.

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