Charity is elementary


A new recess club at the Boylston Elementary School has third- and fourth-grade students not just playing and relaxing but also performing acts of charity. Known as the Community Service Club, the group meets one recess each week to tap into the town’s charity outreach. The club’s first project had students assisting in a food drive for the local food pantry, followed by a staff tricycle race.

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