So proud of our local Teens! Kids at Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners have been busy with a new project called "Signs for the Frontlines"!
The project was created and fully executed by Wesleyan junior Carson Schiller, according to the School's facebook page. She invited students in grades K-12 to submit artwork demonstrating their support for the heroes working day in and day out at Northside Hospital here in Atlanta.
“I got the idea because a good family friend is a nurse at Northside,” Schiller explained on the schools website. “Knowing how hard they are all working, I wanted to find a way to show them that their community really appreciates their hard work.”
The kids created around 250 personal hand drawn signs of support for frontline workers at Northside Hospital in Atlanta. The signs were then placed along the roads employees take to the hospital parking lots. You can see more of the signs and read more here.