Standing with a Pine Level fire truck are, from left: front row – Chloe Deans, Savannah Keen, Abigail Corbett, Wesley Daughtry, Samantha Philyaw, Delia Valle and Caden Holloman; and back row – Frederick Toler Jr., Brisa Lozano Velasquez, Jah’mire Williamson, Sadie Evans, Kenza NaitSaidi, Jovani Yerbafria Perez, Angel Yanez, Dylan Mendoza, Hector Santiago and Olivia Cisneros. All are students in Stephanie Casey’s first grade class.
Standing with a Pine Level fire truck are, from left: front row – Chloe Deans, Savannah Keen, Abigail Corbett, Wesley Daughtry, Samantha Philyaw, Delia Valle and Caden Holloman; and back row – Frederick Toler Jr., Brisa Lozano Velasquez, Jah’mire Williamson, Sadie Evans, Kenza NaitSaidi, Jovani Yerbafria Perez, Angel Yanez, Dylan Mendoza, Hector Santiago and Olivia Cisneros. All are students in Stephanie Casey’s first grade class. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Standing with a Pine Level fire truck are, from left: front row – Chloe Deans, Savannah Keen, Abigail Corbett, Wesley Daughtry, Samantha Philyaw, Delia Valle and Caden Holloman; and back row – Frederick Toler Jr., Brisa Lozano Velasquez, Jah’mire Williamson, Sadie Evans, Kenza NaitSaidi, Jovani Yerbafria Perez, Angel Yanez, Dylan Mendoza, Hector Santiago and Olivia Cisneros. All are students in Stephanie Casey’s first grade class. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

Pine Level students learn about fire safety

November 08, 2016 11:12 AM

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