Md. middle school's students, staff donate denim to help others

02/24/2014 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

Students and staff at Magothy River Middle School in Maryland have collected and will donate used blue jeans to people who could use them, including homeless youths. The students are participating in a campaign made up of multiple programs, including the county's Positive Behavior Intervention & Support program and the "15 Days of Kindness" challenge by the nonprofit Think Kindness. "We've collected over 850 pairs of jeans and we will be collecting more through the end of February," said Melissa Ann Jones, the school's vice principal.

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