#tigershelpingtigers: FMS Students Helping Peers Upset by Harvey

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the students and staff at Frenship Middle School are reaching out to their peers in need.

FMS is raising funds for Edwards Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School located in Silsbee, Texas, just north of Beaumont. Silsbee ISD and their community have been negatively impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Many students and staff members received total loss on many of their possessions including their homes and vehicles.

FMS wanted to help a middle school campus that compares in so many ways, so they reached out to their southern colleagues to offer any assistance possible.

“We at FMS believe it’s the Frenship Way to help out when there is a need so that all students across the State of Texas can be successful,” said Tim Reese, FMS Assistant Principal.

EJMSMS also carries the mascot Tigers, so the campaign #tigershelpingtigers fully supports the efforts of FMS.

FMS is currently accepting monetary donations with one hundred percent of money collected going to help those at EJMSMS impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The campus will have many different opportunities to help raise funds.

Fund raising events for students and staff include free seating during lunch, hat day, iPod days, and teacher jeans week passes.

Students and staff will also be passing donation buckets at their upcoming football games and volleyball games if anyone in the community would like to contribute. Monetary donations are also being accepted at the school for anyone wishing to donate.

For more information, contact FMS at (806) 866-4464