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Greenbrier Counselors Share About Support Systems

Posted Date: 02/02/2018


Engler at Wooster LodgeSome Greenbrier school counselors recently had opportunities to share the impact of student support systems and programs with important community partners. As Wooster Masonic Lodge hosted its Cornerstone Ceremony at its new facility,  Ms. Millie Engler, Wooster Elementary Counselor, spoke to the attendees about the impact the Lodge has made on the school’s food pantry and in helping meet the needs of students.  Kim Hebel, Greenbrier High School counselor, spoke to the staff of the Faulkner County Road Department, who recently held a “Fill the Bucket” Soup Drive and donated hundreds of cans of soup & chili to some of Faulkner County’s high schools, including the GHS food pantry. Mrs. Hebel explained how several students, even in the higher grade levels, can still be in need of such help from schools, and shared some personal stories of how the soup donations made an immediate impact on local families.  Greenbrier School District appreciates our many community partners helping make programs such as school food pantries possible. Hebel at FCRD