Miller gives back

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Submitted/ Pictured from left are Colin McClain, grade five teacher; Kelli Lamey, grade four teacher; Rayanna Littleton, grade five teacher; Michele Franco, grade five paraprofessional; Brad Jackson, grade five teacher, and Latifah Potter, assistant principal. Participants not pictured who prepared the food earlier in the day at the mission are Isla Weber, special education teacher; Alyssa Falco, special education teacher; Nicole Sterling, paraprofessional; Krista Freund, paraprofessional; and Laurie Toscano, paraprofessional.  Submitted/ Pictured from left are Colin McClain, grade five teacher; Kelli Lamey, grade four teacher; Rayanna Littleton, grade five teacher; Michele Franco, grade five paraprofessional; Brad Jackson, grade five teacher, and Latifah Potter, assistant principal. Participants not pictured who prepared the food earlier in the day at the mission are Isla Weber, special education teacher; Alyssa Falco, special education teacher; Nicole Sterling, paraprofessional; Krista Freund, paraprofessional; and Laurie Toscano, paraprofessional.

Members of the staff at the Dr. Joyanne D. Miller School got into the holiday spirit of giving Sunday, Dec. 9 as they worked to prepare and serve dinner to more than 300 homeless people at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission.  Lead by fifth-grade teacher Brad Jackson, the Miller staff donated time and money, with many of them making generous donations that were used to buy ingredients for the baked ziti and salad provided by the Miller School staff.


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