They’re probably too young to understand the ins and outs of home insurance. And they may not be able to explain all the conditions that might cause a house fire.
But there’s one thing for sure – North Elementary School kindergartners realize how much help a person needs if they lose their home in a fire.
Saniiya Mingo, a kindergartner at the school, has received much support from fellow students and her teachers after her Chandler Place home burned a week ago.
Take kindergartner Julia Sowell, for instance.
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