ST. JOHNS, FL — Staff and students at Bartram Trail High School are rallying in support of 10 custodians at the school — all from Haiti, and all who have been touched by the recent earthquake in the country, according to First Coast News.
According to the story, Principal Brennan Asplen gathered the custodial staff to find out if they had heard any news about their families back home and to inform them of a school fundraiser to benefit the victims of the disaster.
Asplen explained: "We''re putting together a concert for
Some of the staff has been directly impacted, including David Charles, whose parents both work as custodians at the school and who lost five family members in the earthquake, the story stated.
Charles, who left
Charles and his ministry, Solid Seed Inc., are gathering donations of medical supplies, water, food and clothes to take to
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