Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-10-05 08:43:12 –
Williamson County, Tennessee (WKRN) — Second-year high school students in Williamson County are stepping up to reward those affected by the recent wave of vandalism in schools caused by social media challenges. increase.
Keri Daniels is a volleyball player at Ravenwood High School. She wanted to recognize the management staff who had to work long hours to clear up the turmoil left after TikTok. This encourages students to steal and damage items from school and post their images on social media.
So she brought the idea to the moon and soon the school manager and volleyball teammates joined in to raise $ 1,200 together.
Keri helped organize a special dinner for the management staff on Friday and let them know they were grateful.
“It was like touching me in my heart and it was a little emotional at first because I was very sick of them and saw them happy with their smiles. I was really impressed because I couldn’t meet my family so much because I was cleaning the school all the time, “Keri explained.
From now on, Keri believes that gestures like her will make a difference in her school.
“When more people see it and see their faces, it will change quickly, but just going around school, I think people will start to change and it will be better for themselves,” Keri said. Told.
The group raised enough money for the meal and was able to give each staff a $ 135 gift card.
Needless to say, Keri’s parents are very proud of her efforts.
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