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Life School Lancaster Students Support Troops Through Operation Pringles

Life School Lancaster Supports Troops through Operation Pringles

This year, in honor of Veteran’s Day, Life School Lancaster Elementary held Operation Pringles, a drive for students and families to bring cans of Pringles to send to U.S. soldiers serving in other countries. From November 11-18, the campus collected donations. Together, students and families supported the initiative by bringing a total of 1,192 containers of Pringles. 

Life School Lancaster collaborated with Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas, a non-profit that ships care packages to troops worldwide. The care packages will be shipped to soldiers in countries such as Poland, Ukraine, Jabuti and more.

Campus Principal Dr. Deb Garton said, “I am proud of our students and families for giving to support American soldiers serving our country. We may never know the full impact Operation Pringles will have on servicemen and women around the world."

Part of Life School’s mission is to partner with parents and the community. “We are grateful for our families and Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas who partnered with us in this endeavor,” says Dr. Garton.


Life School is a tuition-free, public charter school with campuses in Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Lancaster, Mountain Creek, Red Oak, Oak Cliff and Waxahachie, TX. Life School develops leaders with life skills through strong academics, character training, and partnerships with parents and the community. Its mission is accomplished in part through the financial support of donors who provide scholarships and embrace making students ready to learn, ready to lead and ready for life.

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