TP Students Raise $12K for Children’s Hospital

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Students at Timber Point put their math skills to work to raise $12,040 in the school’s 14th annual Math-A-Thon to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. During those 14 years, Timber Point’s contributions to St. Jude have reached an impressive total of $135,600.21.

At a May 16 assembly, Principal Danielle Naccarato congratulated the kindergartners, first-graders and second-graders on a job well done. They were joined by Superintendent John V. Dolan, who handed out medals to the participants.  

“All of the students’ hard work really paid off,” said teacher Michelle Kilkelly, who coordinated the event with fellow teacher Carolyn McGee. “Our thanks to the Timber Point staff and families for making this another successful year for the Math-A-Thon.”