Students at Berean Christian School in West Palm Beach took some time to give back to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday.
Students at @BCSbulldogsWPB gave back to @PBCountySheriff today with posters of appreciation and even a Christmas carol! What a nice and well deserved way to start their day! 😊🎄👮🏼♀️👮🏻♂️ @WPTV pic.twitter.com/S17ui2sL4l
— Stephanie Susskind (@StephanieWPTV) December 5, 2018
They made posters to thank deputies for their hard work and service, and presented them to the deputies.
Some of the posters had candy and sweet treats on them.
It was part of a Serve-A-Thon for the elementary school students, raising money through acts of kindness. Making the posters and honoring law enforcement were some of their acts of kindness.
They even sang a Christmas carol for the deputies, who said the whole thing means a lot.
"It's always nice when they pay it back to us and say hey, come on in, come to us because we want to celebrate you and we want to show you how much you mean to us," said Captain Pedro Palenzuela with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. "So it means a lot. It's heartfelt, it's tremendous, it's really sweet."
Captain Palenzuela said he'll display the posters at the district office which he said will mean a lot to the night shift deputies who don't get to interact with kids as much.