PHOTOS: Students of the Calvary Academy this morning took part in the National Police Week in their own way. The fifth grade students of project SHINE – along with some of their teachers – took out their sponges and shampoo and shined the patrol cars of the Lakewood Police Department.
Tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC during this Police Week to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
As the officers had their cars washed for free, they enjoyed donuts and coffee served by the children. TLS.
I wonder if I ll ever see participating other schools like the ones in industrial park
# 1. Your comment does not make sense to the readers. Will who participate with industrial park schools? The LPD? Please decipher for us.
A great way to teach children how to respect the authorities God has placed in their lives. It is also wonderful that LKW PD encouraged the officers to participate. This is the type of cooperation and unity that will make our community strong!
To #2 – LPD says—-
I read #1’s comment as follows – Will any of the Orthodox schools located in the Industrial Park also help to polish the police cars as did the Calvary Academy students?
Wow, great job, kids! They are truly shining!
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