Central Elementary’s Project Eagle Wings continues to make a “mobile homeless shelter” a reality.
After making the final purchase just before spring school assessments began, Project Eagle Wings has now begun renovations to an older camper that will be recycled into a shelter that can be moved to better meet the needs of those in Johnson County who have no home. After a couple more bunks are added, meetings with Encounter Mission Church and Homeplace Clinic will expand the project to allow the unit to also act as a basic medical unit for the homeless. 5th and 6th grade students have worked diligently to get the unit ready so that immunizations and basic health care can be administered from the mobile shelter. These students continue using multiple venues to make this project a reality! These students challenge everyone to BE THE DIFFERENCE!