The SES 1st grade team has made April, Animal Awareness Month at Slinger Elementary.
These are the all school events taking place:
Weds, April 6th & Friday, April 8th was Humane Society Visits
A member from the Washington County Humane Society came to explain what they do and how they help animals in our community. She brought along former WCHS dogs and bunnies who were adopted from the Humane Society. Marley and Sprecher were a big hit.
Thursday, April 7th- Hartford Police Dog Visit
Officer Nathan Dorn from the Hartford Police Department visited SES with his police dog, Cash. He explained how they train as well as what type of services they provide to the community. Everyone was able to get up close and meet Cash personally.
During the week of April 4th through April 8th, SES collected items needed at the Washington County Humane Society. The participation was overwhelming and the WCHS staff was truly amazing at the amount that was donated. Thank you SES families for your generosity!
April 21st- Certified Therapy Dog
We look forward to meeting a therapy dog who has a very interesting background story from her service after Hurricane Katrina.
Click here to open link to West Bend Daily News article about SES Animal Awareness Month