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KPS Student Council Makes Cards for Bishop's Commons Residents

Amid the cold temperatures and gray skies, several Kingsford Park Elementary School students recently spearheaded an effort to make things a bit brighter for Bishop’s Commons residents.

Members of the school’s student council made dozens of cards containing uplifting messages and hand-delivered them to residents of the senior living community in Oswego. The students were thrilled to bring a smile to the faces of so many local residents.

Throughout the school year, members of the KPS Student Council participate in a variety of activities to benefit the school community and the Oswego community.
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