North Carolina Virtual Academy (NCVA) students and staff recently completed a heartwarming community service project to benefit the Hope Cancer Ministry. They decorated cards with positive messages and then delivered them to the ministry.
Christina Nash has been a K-8 lead teacher with NCVA for two years and helped spearhead the community service event. “I have a friend who volunteers at the ministry and she helped guide me as to how we could support the important work of this ministry.”
The students thoroughly enjoyed spending quality time with their classmates and putting their creative skills to great use, thus debunking the popular misconception that online students are not properly socialized.
“All students seemed eager to make these meaningful cards. They did a fantastic job creating uplifting and inspiring messages of hope,” said the proud teacher. NCVA students participate in such outings throughout the school year.