By Laura Colvin
Kuna Melba News editor
Sentiments were the same in several places across the Kuna School District last week.
At Indian Creek Elementary, office manager Paige Morrill wanted to reach out to the families devastated by the shooting that took the lives of 20 young children and six adults Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary.
“There are similarities between their school and ours,” she said. “They’re K-4, we’re K-3. We’re both in rural communities. I knew we had to do something; I wanted to let them know we care.”
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