Hoover Elementary students conduct Penny Drive for BPD’s Honor Guard

posted Nov 28, 2016, 11:08 AM by District Webmaster   [ updated Nov 28, 2016, 11:08 AM ]
Students at Hoover Elementary School collected pennies through their Penny Drive and chose to honor their Hoover Heroes by donating the funds to Bartlesville Police Department’s Honor Guard. BPD’s Honor Guard performed a flag ceremony after which Ms. Rene Burns, Hoover Elementary Principal, and third grade teacher Ms. Kelli Bryant presented the BPD Honor Guard with a check for $1,104.84 at the school’s Veteran’s Day program on Friday, November 11, 2016.

Students at Hoover Elementary School also honored those who served in the military and who are current service members by singing a song for each branch of the military, inviting any veteran of that branch who was in the audience to stand and be recognized.
Penny Drive Presentation
Hoover Elementary School Principal Ms. Rene Burns and third grade teacher Ms. Kelli Bryant presented the BPD Honor Guard with a check for $1,104.84 from a Penny Drive the school had for Hoover Heroes.

Singers

Hoover Elementary third graders honor veterans and current service members by singing a song for each branch of the military.