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SD Students and Teachers Sharing the Caring

Anya Skinnell, an Eighth Grader, was inspired to put her handiwork skills to use to help others.

Anya S, an Eighth Grader, was inspired to put her handiwork skills to use to help others. She crocheted bands that attach to masks behind the ears to make them more comfortable to wear for long hours. She has been creating the bands since Shelter in Place orders were adopted, and has distributed to nurses and grocery workers in the county. Thank you, Anya! Here are some pictures of her work and the response:

Anya Skinnell, an Eighth Grader, was inspired to put her handiwork skills to use to help others.

Anya Skinnell, an Eighth Grader, was inspired to put her handiwork skills to use to help others.

Ms. McKeown had to alert us to this San Domenico student’s good deeds. She saw the post on Nextdoor. That’s what makes this effort all the more exemplary. Thank you, Sarah!

Ms. McKeown saw the post on Nextdoor.

SD Technology and STEAM Integration Specialist, Shana Krallman, saw the need for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for frontline healthcare workers and turned to SD’s 3D printer to help. Shana picked up the 3D printers from the Design Lab, and is running them to produce PPE for those in need. She first looked locally to donate, but found that California was in good shape with PPE, and her sister, who is a Nurse Anesthetist, found a great need in New Orleans for the face shields. Shana shipped them off, with a personal note reading, “With Love from San Domenico School”. Shana is now working on some test prints of reusable mask designs to continue meeting the needs of others during this pandemic. Thank you, Shana!

Ms. McKeown saw the post on Nextdoor.

Ms. McKeown saw the post on Nextdoor.

Ms. McKeown saw the post on Nextdoor.