Classes adopt angels for the season of giving

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Classes adopt angels for the season of giving

Pulse has brought the Small World Adopt-an-Angel program to campus with students working alongside their 2B classes to help a student in need. “I feel like since most of us are actually in a position to help give back, it’s a really good chance for students to get together and do something nice for someone who needs it,” sophomore Sanjana Dandu said.

Pulse has brought the Small World Adopt-an-Angel program to campus with students working alongside their 2B classes to help a student in need. “I feel like since most of us are actually in a position to help give back, it’s a really good chance for students to get together and do something nice for someone who needs it,” sophomore Sanjana Dandu said.

Pulse has brought the Small World Adopt-an-Angel program to campus with students working alongside their 2B classes to help a student in need. “I feel like since most of us are actually in a position to help give back, it’s a really good chance for students to get together and do something nice for someone who needs it,” sophomore Sanjana Dandu said.

Pulse has brought the Small World Adopt-an-Angel program to campus with students working alongside their 2B classes to help a student in need. “I feel like since most of us are actually in a position to help give back, it’s a really good chance for students to get together and do something nice for someone who needs it,” sophomore Sanjana Dandu said.

Trisha Dasgupta, Staff Reporter

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Every year, the school participates in a community donation program, and this year Pulse helped bring the Small World Adopt-an-Angel program to campus with students working alongside their 2B classes to help a student in need. 

“So the adopted angel program through Small World directly benefits local Frisco ISD children whose families are in need during the holiday season,” Pulse sponsor Stacey Stokes said. “Every 2B class had the option to sign up to adopt an angel or not and 46 classes have chosen to do so which is really great.”

Each 2B class will be assigned to buying gifts and items for a local Frisco ISD child in need.

“The angel program asks the kids what they need and also what they want so I feel like that’s really nice because you can actually tailor it to that individual,” sophomore Sanjana Dandu said. “It’s nice because that way the kid gets something that they get to look forward to but also something practical that they may need.”

For Dandu, the program presents a special opportunity to give back to the community.

“I feel like since most of us are actually in a position to help give back, it’s a really good chance for students to get together and do something nice for someone who needs it,” Dandu said. “I really like this program because it helps me get in the spirit of giving and I feel like that’s always a good thing.”

AP U.S. History teacher, Emily Griffin believes that the program will help give students perspective on their own situations.

“I think a lot of times we take for granted what we have,” Griffin said. “It’s a good way to understand that we have excess and some still don’t have basic needs met and that we can often easily help make those ends meet.”