(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Jaynee Piontkowski and her daughter Jayla, 5, help to repaint the playground at Jackson Elementary School in Salt Lake City on Saturday. Over two hundred Fidelity Investments volunteers worked alongside students and teachers as part of the company's "School Transformation Day" program. Among other things, volunteers will be building a reading corner in the library, painting college-themed murals, building new garden beds and building two new First LEGO League tables for the school's robotics program.
Volunteers help transform Jackson Elementary with improvements
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Aug 02 2014 03:36 pm • Last Updated Aug 03 2014 10:10 am
Two hundred Fidelity Investments volunteers worked with Jackson Elementary students and faculty Saturday on improvements to the school.
Among other things, volunteers created a reading corner in the library, painted college-themed murals and installed new garden beds.
This is the second year Fidelity volunteers have helped with improvements at the school as part of the company’s "School Transformation Day" program.
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