Glenknoll’s PAL (Peer Assisted Leadership) students recently organized a school collection in benefit of local animals in shelters. They then visited OC Animal Care to donate over 150 items collected.
The school’s student leaders were taken on a tour of the facility to see dogs, cats, pigs, and chickens. The new facility in Tustin is a little over 10 acres and the community has come together to make this new location animal focused.
“One of the directors praised our students for taking the time to organize this event to help support local animal rescues,” shared David Cammarato, principal. “The facility expressed the importance of young children’s knowledge of how to care for animals and the building of empathy toward animals in need.”
Great work, Glenknoll PAL students!