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Highland Adventist School Honors Local Heroes

Submitted photos On Columbus Day, students at Highland Adventist School honored local heroes. In addition to studying the contribution of Columbus in exploring our country, HAS students provided a cookie shower for local first responders. ‘We are so appreciative of our local first responders who are there to help us in every emergency,’ stated Cheryl Jacko, principal. ‘Our students visited the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, the Elkins City Police, Elkins Fire Department, Randolph County Emergency Squad and the local West Virginia State Police headquarters with armloads of cookies. The officers made our students feel very welcome. Our students, staff and parents extend thanks to each member of our Randolph County team of first responders for their service to us.’
Submitted photos On Columbus Day, students at Highland Adventist School honored local heroes. In addition to studying the contribution of Columbus in exploring our country, HAS students provided a cookie shower for local first responders. ‘We are so appreciative of our local first responders who are there to help us in every emergency,’ stated Cheryl Jacko, principal. ‘Our students visited the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, the Elkins City Police, Elkins Fire Department, Randolph County Emergency Squad and the local West Virginia State Police headquarters with armloads of cookies. The officers made our students feel very welcome. Our students, staff and parents extend thanks to each member of our Randolph County team of first responders for their service to us.’
Submitted photos On Columbus Day, students at Highland Adventist School honored local heroes. In addition to studying the contribution of Columbus in exploring our country, HAS students provided a cookie shower for local first responders. ‘We are so appreciative of our local first responders who are there to help us in every emergency,’ stated Cheryl Jacko, principal. ‘Our students visited the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, the Elkins City Police, Elkins Fire Department, Randolph County Emergency Squad and the local West Virginia State Police headquarters with armloads of cookies. The officers made our students feel very welcome. Our students, staff and parents extend thanks to each member of our Randolph County team of first responders for their service to us.’
Submitted photos On Columbus Day, students at Highland Adventist School honored local heroes. In addition to studying the contribution of Columbus in exploring our country, HAS students provided a cookie shower for local first responders. ‘We are so appreciative of our local first responders who are there to help us in every emergency,’ stated Cheryl Jacko, principal. ‘Our students visited the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, the Elkins City Police, Elkins Fire Department, Randolph County Emergency Squad and the local West Virginia State Police headquarters with armloads of cookies. The officers made our students feel very welcome. Our students, staff and parents extend thanks to each member of our Randolph County team of first responders for their service to us.’

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