H.S. Students Choose Homelessness for One Night
Some metro students trying to raise awareness about homeless teens planned to spend Thursday night in a makeshift homeless camp to experience what it is like.
FOX 4′s Eric Burke spoke to some of the nearly 80 Bishop Miege students about the night ahead.
“I think it will help me realize so much more because one night doesn’t mean it changes the rest, but it will help me realize that I’m so fortunate and thankful for everything I have,” said Lucky Mohler, a freshman student.
“It will be eye-opening experience, for us to do stuff like this,” Erin Delorenzi, another freshman said.
When the kids wake up, they don’t get to go home. They’ll change into their uniforms and go to school.
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