The students of the West Freehold School participated in a Walk-A-Thon on October 5th of this year to raise money for Camp Quality, a camp for children with cancer. The students of West Freehold School were invited to ask sponsors to support their efforts by pledging anywhere from $5 to $20 or more. As students walked, they took time to stop at interactive stations along the way that got them hula hooping, jumping and more!
Last Monday night at a West Freehold PTO Meeting, school administrators and PTO leaders presented Sharon Goldman, the director of Camp Quality, with a check for $3,760. All of the students in grades kindergarten through grade 5 participated in this fundraising event and we are proud of their efforts!