Corning Maywood Middle School SERRF gets creative

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Students at the Maywood Middle School SERRF program in Corning show their creativity while practicing new skills of designing and creating their own face masks. The students learned how to use a Cricut machine to cut their own vinyl creations and practiced their ironing skills to adhere the designs to their masks. The SERRF program designs activities which reflect active, meaningful and engaging learning methods while promoting collaboration and expand student horizons. Tehama County Department of Education SERRF (Safe Education and Recreation for Rural Families) program provides more than 1,800 kindergarten through eighth-grade students after-school instruction in academics, enrichment and recreation. The program serves all 23 elementary and middle schools in the county.