CKS Student Council helps fire victims

The Christ the King Student Council began the year with a very important service project.  There have been so many victims from the Cle Elum fires this summer and the CKS students wanted to help.  Led by the Student Council, CKS held a bake goods and crafts sale raising over $200 for the Red Cross to support the victims of the Cle Elum fires.  Hudson Patterson, CKS Student Council Service Chair quotes, “Since Cle Elum had a fire, we felt we should raise money to help them.  It felt good to help people in need.”

Christ the King Catholic School is a small neighborhood school located in the heart of Broadview.  It offers challenging core academics, superior visual & performing arts, and class sizes that promote differentiated learning.  For more information about enrollment opportunities, contact cksdev@ckseattle.org or call (206) 859-5109.

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3 Comments on “CKS Student Council helps fire victims”

  1. Very proud to be part of Christ the King school community. My young sons are learning from these young people what it means to give back.

  2. It’s a wonderfully refreshing story of young people doing good! So proud to be part of this community.

  3. Great to see the Student Council take the lead on helping people in need. Keep up the good work CKS and Student Council!

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