Green Tech High delivers Thanksgiving “Random Acts of Kindness”
This past weekend was Green Tech High Charter School’s “Random Acts Of Kindness” weekend. On Friday, November 20 Green Tech students surprised random Albany homes with deliveries of turkey dinners. Then on Saturday, November 21 Green Tech hosted “Green Tech Feeds The Community” with a free Thanksgiving dinner to members of the community at the school from 2-6pm.
“The local community is a strong supporter of Green Tech High and this is something special we like to do to give back and show our sincere appreciation,” said Dr. Paul Miller, CEO/Principal of Green Tech High Charter School. “We are very thankful for another successful year at Green Tech with excellent academics, high graduation rates, winning athletics and continued support from our community. Our hope is that our random acts of kindness will help inspire others to give back as well.”
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