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Chapin Stuco helping elementary school families.

Carlos Gonzalez, Staff Writer

Participating in school organized community service benefits your social skills 

“Students gain a sense of social awareness,” said Miranda Galindo Gonzalez, sophomore student body manager. “They get better at socializing with their classmates.” 

There were multiple games that students could help set up. 

“They’d scare in a haunted house, run games, work a cake walk and help set up,” Miranda Galindo Gonzalez said.
The event can be fun to do while also getting community service hours. 

“Honestly I don’t really have anything else to do so I might as well go help little kids in costumes and I’m gonna get my hours in too so why not,” sophomore Enedina Aguilar said.