Lifetouch’s 16th Mission Trip Will Help Rebuild Puerto Rico School

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Lifetouch, the leader in professional photography for schools and families, is leading its 16th Memory Mission of educators and employees to help rebuild a Puerto Rican school damaged by Hurricane Maria last year.

Nearly 45 educators and Lifetouch employees from across North America will travel to Juncos, Puerto Rico, from January 21 – 28, to offer their assistance to Colegio Bautista.For more information view the digital press kit at https://lifetouchmemorymission.mediaelc.com/.

 

 

AASA is is proud of its members and staff who joined the 2019 Memory Mission Trip to Puerto Rico.

Chris Gaines Dan Leikvold
Chris Gaines, AASA President and Superintendent
Facebook Live: Thursday, January 24 at 9:30 a.m. CST

Watch the recording here.   

Dan Leikvold, Superintendent of the Lead-Deadwood School District 40-1

Facebook Live: Friday, January 25 at 11:00 a.m. CST

Watch the recording here.

Kristi Gabriela Iturri
Kristi Sandvik, Superintendent of Buckeye Elementary School District

Facebook Live: Friday, January 25 at 1:00 p.m. CST

Watch the recording here.

Gabriela Iturri, AASA Meetings Coordinator

Facebook Live: Wednesday, January 23 at 1:30 p.m. CST

Watch the recording here.

 

Download the full list of volunteers.