Kelly Burlison and Joe Melita impact young students through education

Kelly Burlison

On Nov. 30, Dr. Kelly Burlison and Dr. Joe Melita welcomed Olympic Heights Community High School students to campus. The students toured the university and sat in on Melita's "Teaching Social Studies," where they participated in activities and experienced a hands-on learning environment.

Burlison also took students from her social impact group to Belvedere Elementary School to conduct a Read Aloud activity using a student-created, interactive children's book titled, "Lending a Helping Hand." The goal was to help raise awareness of homeless students in Palm Beach County and how it impacts literacy development.

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