PANHANDLE, TX (KFDA) - While most students are getting ready for summer vacation, seniors at Panhandle High school are helping those in need.
Senior Carley Hale said if roles were reversed, other communities would do the same thing.
"We understand that this is something that can happen anywhere and we know if this happened here, other communities would be brought in and support us," said Hale.
That's why PHS seniors want to help. Technology applications teacher Helen Beck said these aren't your typical seniors.
"We hear a lot in society about how narcissistic our young people are, but I think this is just one small step that proves that our students are very selfless," said Beck. "They want to reach others, they want to help others and I think that says a lot about positives in our future."
Hale said they've learned it's important not to hesitate when it comes to helping others.
"At Panhandle, we're really taught to be selfless, and humility, and to be humble and to outreach those who are in need," said Hale.
She also said she hopes this sets the stage for younger high school students.
"They will be able to put themselves aside and put others first."