Students in State College Friends School teacher Renée Kredell’s classroom explain their fundraising idea to Head of School Dan Hendey. Students will make and sell homemade rag balls to bring awareness to others about the needs of children in Africa and to earn money to send them self-inflating soccer balls. Pictured from left: Esmée Sherrill, Andrew Fetterolf, Dan Hendey, Khadijah Kitchens and Silas Dudash.
Students in State College Friends School teacher Renée Kredell’s classroom explain their fundraising idea to Head of School Dan Hendey. Students will make and sell homemade rag balls to bring awareness to others about the needs of children in Africa and to earn money to send them self-inflating soccer balls. Pictured from left: Esmée Sherrill, Andrew Fetterolf, Dan Hendey, Khadijah Kitchens and Silas Dudash.
Students in State College Friends School teacher Renée Kredell’s classroom explain their fundraising idea to Head of School Dan Hendey. Students will make and sell homemade rag balls to bring awareness to others about the needs of children in Africa and to earn money to send them self-inflating soccer balls. Pictured from left: Esmée Sherrill, Andrew Fetterolf, Dan Hendey, Khadijah Kitchens and Silas Dudash.

Family Pages: State College Friends School students think globally to make a difference

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