All photos courtesy of C. Carlyle McCullough from Fellowship Dallas church

Community Contribution

Stonewall Jackson Elementary School now has some great improvements thanks to the many hands from Fellowship Church Dallas on deck at Sunday’s workday.

Stonewall parent Wendy Boots worked to coordinate 50 volunteers — adults and kids — from the church who came to the school as part of their outreach to Dallas neighbors.

Stonewall was one of several service project sites they worked Sunday. Their efforts go a long way to making the school facilities really function for all students. 

It is so crucial to get this kind of support from the community — and what great contributions the team made.

Here’s what they did Sunday morning: repainted the alphabet mural on the sidewalk near the playground, laid bricks near the portables, moved tons of granite to the area by the picnic tables and portables, repainted portable doors, aerated the soccer field, and weeded the garden and mulched the paths.

The Stonewall community has benefited from the group’s more than 150 hours of work, all aimed at improving our school for all students.  We thank Fellowship Dallas volunteers for their service to Stonewall.  And thanks, too, to Wendy, for her many hours planning, preparing for, and working this Sunday.

Reprinted from the Stonewall PTA newsletter. Thanks to C. Carlyle McCullough of Fellowship Dallas for providing the photos.


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