The Georgia United Foundation recently provided a new playground structure for Camp Creek Elementary School’s Special Education class as part of its sixth annual School Crashers program.
“Thank you to Georgia United for helping us improve the outdoor play space for our youngest students,” said Camp Creek Elementary Principal Valerie Robinett.
Prior to the new equipment installation, the preschool children, ages 3 to 5, did not have a suitable playground area. With the new play structure, students can now interact and enjoy the outdoors.
“It was our pleasure to work alongside the Gwinnett Public Schools and the Camp Creek Elementary School staff to install the new playground,” said Georgia United Business Development Officer Leigh Grant. “We realize the importance of students being able to have fun outside of the classroom and hope the children enjoy their play space.”
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Camp Creek Elementary was selected as a 2019 School Crashers mini-crash recipient out of 300+ nominations across the state. With the help of volunteers, donors and sponsors, the playground equipment and landscaping were completed at the start of the new year. With the help of volunteers, donors and sponsors, the playground equipment and landscaping were completed at the start of the new school year.
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