Volunteers help Joplin Schools spruce up their bus fleet
JOPLIN, Mo. – The James River Church of Joplin is partnering with the Joplin School District for ‘Project Partnership’.
Today, the church and its volunteers gathered at Junge Stadium to wash the district’s fleet of 70 school buses.
“It’s very good for the community to be engaged from different organizations and different standpoints,” said Kerry Sachetta, Joplin Super Intendent. “With our improvement plan, what we’re trying to do is always have the community involved in our schools. So we’re were ecstatic that they want to continue the relationship.”
The school says they are partnering with local businesses and organizations to help keep the community involved with Joplin schools.
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