Students in The Midland School’s transition class program (designed for job training and career preparation) took a special trip to visit horses at the Mylestone Equine Rescue in Phillipsburg, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a safe haven for neglected and abused horses. The stable is a work site for Midland students who want to learn how to care for horses.
During the visit, the students presented Mylestone with a donation of $60 they raised selling greeting cards. “We have done this for the past 8 years and it is always a great experience,” says Mrs. Serrano, Midland’s transition teacher. “The students enjoy interacting with the animals and are proud to make a difference in the community.”
To learn more, visit: http://www.mylestone.org/