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Buy a Brick for Senegal

As you know, the students going to Senegal this year will be building a school for deaf children.

In an effort to help raise money to build the school and pay for its running costs, the PTA is selling cardboard "bricks" for the new school that the children can buy and "lay" or to the paper school - and we hope to see the school being built even before the trip. 

 

There are 3 types of bricks for sale:

  • Red bricks cost 1000 HUF
  • Silver bricks cost 2000 HUF
  • Gold bricks cost 5000 HUF

The PTA begins selling the bricks on Monday February 3rd and will continue until Friday February 21st - the day before our students head off to Senegal. 

 

Please come along and buy some bricks and help us build the school for deaf children!

 

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