Valley Christian School in Mission is saying thank you to frontline workers and to those working in essential services by decorating its windows with colourful messages. / Submitted Photo

Mission school sends a message to front line workers

Valley Christian School has created a colourful window display

Valley Christian School in Mission has found a way to join the community in saying thank you to frontline workers and to those working in essential services during this difficult time.

“We want to show Mission that we care” said Ron Donkersloot, principal of the school.

“Our school’s theme this year is ‘love your neighbor’ and this is one way for us to live this out. We are especially thankful for those working the front lines dealing with COVID-19 as well as all those working in essential services. Two of our staff, who are husband and wife, came one evening to decorate our windows and help Valley Christian School show our love to Mission!”

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