East High School students raising money for Texas school hit by Hurricane Harvey
Students at East High School have started a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
East High Student Council members are now selling t-shirts for a school in Dickinson, Texas that was hit by Harvey.
The money raised will go to help the students get their education back on track.
"These kids' education would be disrupted by Hurricane Harvey so, we just wanted to pull our funds together and try to make sure they have the money they need to help get school supplies, clothes, and food to help bring them back to normal," said Vice President of Student Council, Olivia Tidwell.
The students' advisor says she thinks the fundraiser is a great idea and a great way for kids here in Sioux City to help their counterparts hundreds of miles away in Texas.
"She brought to me this idea and I thought it was really selfless and a lot for her to take on. She's busy anyways but, I just think it's a great project for the kids to get involved with," said Advisor Michelle Pick.
If you'd like to buy a shirt and contribute to the fundraiser, they cost $15 dollars and will be for sale at tonight's football game versus Sergeant Bluff-Luton at Olson Stadium.