Bucks County Teacher Works with Students, Nonprofit to Help Feed Senior Citizens

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The teacher is working ti help feed local senior citizens.

A teacher in Bucks County has been working to help those most in need with the help of her students and a local organization. Beccah Hendrickson wrote about the teacher for 6abc.

Cemantha Giulian, who teaches children on the autism spectrum at Council Rock North High School, has been working with the nonprofit Caring For Friends in an effort to help feed local senior citizens.

As part of her efforts, she has been working with her students in order for them to get experience in helping others.

“It’s not what you would expect. It’s not your typical school day. We’re writing and doing math and reading. We’re putting our functional skills to use to help other people,” said Giulian.

Through volunteers at a church in Newtown, the group is able to pack up 400 to 600 meals a month, which are then delivered to Philadelphia.

Read more about Giulian’s efforts at 6abc.


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