JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- RPDS, Riverside Presbyterian Day School, is joining the Apple Project to help build a free dental clinic in Jacksonville. RPDS, a school known for its solid academics and community service, is donating $500 to kick off its efforts. But that's just a start.
Chapel Leader Prudence Baldwin said the students will be doing math projects all year to track the teeth which they loose. The math assignments will be a fun way to learn pie charts, graphs and other math skills.
Baldwin said the students will also have a chance to donate tooth fairy money each time they loose a tooth. A special treasure box will be in the front office for tooth fairy coins and any other loose change the children choose to give.
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