FDSH Understanding Social Systems Class Helps through Haunted Hallow
October 21, 2015, Fort Dodge, IA- Members of the Fort Dodge Senior High Understanding Social Systems class are hosting a Haunted Hallow this Saturday from 8-11 p.m. at Senior High, 819 North 25th Street. Admission is $5 and proceeds will benefit the Domestic Sexual Assault Outreach Center (DSOAC).
Understanding Social Systems teacher, Todd Constable, said a civic action project is a requirement for the class. The project allows students to work with other students and community members who have common interests. He said he was pleased with how the students worked together and got involved.
“These kids are our future leaders so it’s important for them understand the need to help their community,” Constable said. “The Haunted Hallow provided them a fun, positive experience and opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others in their community.”
Individuals wanting to experience the Haunted Hallow should park in the east lot at Senior High and enter through the north doors. The Haunted Hallow is appropriate for students in 4th grade or higher.
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