Montgomery public school children reach out to victims

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Though they aren't able to leave the classroom to get their hands dirty in the clean up effort, students at many of Montgomery's public schools are doing what they can to help Alabama's tornado victims. Here's a list of many efforts the school system says are going on.

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Brewbaker Intermediate: Accepting monetary donations for their Tornado Relief Drive through Friday, May 6.

Dalraida Elementary: Students are donating $1 for the privilege of not having to wear their school uniforms.

Garrett Elementary: Students have organized a can food drive and asking for donations.

McIntyre Elementary/Middle: Students are asking for donations.

Dozier Elementary: Here, a sweet treat, lollipops, are selling fast. Proceeds are going to the relief effort.

Houston Hill Middle: Students are taking up donations to help.

Harrison Elementary: Here, help is being directed to specific family members of faculty who lost their homes.

Head Elementary: Asking for donations for Red Cross.

Pintlala Elementary: Students are collecting food, personal items and donations to the Red Cross.

Brewbaker Tech High School: Students are asking for donations through Key Club.

Bear Elementary: Here, youngsters are gathering food and clothing.

Forest Ave. Elementary: Donations for Red Cross are being taken up by these students.

BTW High: Thinking of the Red Cross, these students have set a goal of $2,011.

Wilson Elementary: These students are collecting items for the storm victims and are concentrating on items for young children, such as books, toys, clothing, diapers, formula, and hygiene products.