LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - A Lufkin ISD art teacher has received a thank you note from the Sandy Hook PTA for her classes' donation of paper snowflakes.
The teacher, Denise Davis, decided to have her students make the snowflakes after the Sandy Hook Elementary PTA requested that schools around the nation donate paper snowflakes to show support for the school's students, according to LISD spokeswoman Sheila Adams.
"Thank you for the your heartfelt, generous, and thoughtful contribution to Snowflakes for Sandy Hook. Because of your efforts and many others, we received snowflakes of all shapes, sizes and forms from schools, PTAs, community centers, and families across the country and around the world. Sandy Hook students, staff and families have been the recipient of a blizzard of love and support in the form of snowflakes, and we could not be more thankful!" the letter states.
Davis donated the snowflakes last school year and received the letter during the summer.