Animas High students bring fresh eyes to homelessness issue in Durango

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Animas High students bring fresh eyes to homelessness issue in Durango

‘It opened my eyes. They’re not so different from us’
Animas High School student Amanda Studdard, 17, center, and Caeley McClain, 16, discuss their student project with Susy Raleigh on Tuesday evening during a presentation of student projects on homelessness at La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was organized by students and sought to bring awareness to the issue of homelessness in our community. Amanda is the daughter of Signe and Steven Studdard and Caeley is the daughter of Scott and Sue McClain.
Animas High School student Charlie Stein, 16, talks about her student project, “Mindfulness Room,” where people can go in and experience what homeless people have to say. She presented her work Tuesday evening during a student presentation called “With Justice for All” at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was put on by Animas High School students to bring awareness to the issue of homelessness in La Plata County. Charlie is the daughter of Melissa and Wes Stein.
Brandon Hayes attended an Animas High School student presentation on homelessness on Tuesday evening at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Hayes said he considers “planet Earth” his home, and he doesn’t consider himself homeless, but he has lived without a roof over his head most of the time since 1996.
Organizations from the community were on hand for a student-led presentation on homelessness held Tuesday evening at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was put on by juniors at Animas High School.

Animas High students bring fresh eyes to homelessness issue in Durango

Animas High School student Amanda Studdard, 17, center, and Caeley McClain, 16, discuss their student project with Susy Raleigh on Tuesday evening during a presentation of student projects on homelessness at La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was organized by students and sought to bring awareness to the issue of homelessness in our community. Amanda is the daughter of Signe and Steven Studdard and Caeley is the daughter of Scott and Sue McClain.
Animas High School student Charlie Stein, 16, talks about her student project, “Mindfulness Room,” where people can go in and experience what homeless people have to say. She presented her work Tuesday evening during a student presentation called “With Justice for All” at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was put on by Animas High School students to bring awareness to the issue of homelessness in La Plata County. Charlie is the daughter of Melissa and Wes Stein.
Brandon Hayes attended an Animas High School student presentation on homelessness on Tuesday evening at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. Hayes said he considers “planet Earth” his home, and he doesn’t consider himself homeless, but he has lived without a roof over his head most of the time since 1996.
Organizations from the community were on hand for a student-led presentation on homelessness held Tuesday evening at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. The event was put on by juniors at Animas High School.
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