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Spotlight on Community Service: Hurricane Relief
Spotlight on Community Service: Hurricane Relief

The Princeton Day School community is coming together to raise awareness and funds to support the relief efforts for communities recovering from Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Students in all three divisions are participating in a "Pay to PJ" Day on Monday, September 18, in which each student and faculty/staff member may donate a suggested amount of $2 to wear their pajamas to school and raise funds for a specific needed supply, such as blankets.

Director of Wellness Dr. Candy Shah and Dean of Students Elizabeth Monroe met with the student leaders of the Red Cross Club and Service Learning Club in the Upper School to brainstorm ideas for hurricane relief and this was the clear winner. The Pay to PJ Day will rally the entire community to come together for a common goal, educate others about the devastation caused by natural disasters, and raise funds to aid in the Red Cross's relief efforts. There will also be a bake sale organized on Monday to raise additional funds. Stay tuned for photos from Pay to PJ Day at Princeton Day School.

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