Lowell Scott Middle School teacher Paula Brockman thought she was participating in a school assembly to launch Lowell Scott’s annual giving program for Christmas. But she was surprised with a gift that will bring a new way to learn to the 1,020-student school. She got the gift from Meridian Farmers Insurance agent Fred Kesler, dressed as Santa.
Lowell Scott Middle School teacher Paula Brockman thought she was participating in a school assembly to launch Lowell Scott’s annual giving program for Christmas. But she was surprised with a gift that will bring a new way to learn to the 1,020-student school. She got the gift from Meridian Farmers Insurance agent Fred Kesler, dressed as Santa. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Lowell Scott Middle School teacher Paula Brockman thought she was participating in a school assembly to launch Lowell Scott’s annual giving program for Christmas. But she was surprised with a gift that will bring a new way to learn to the 1,020-student school. She got the gift from Meridian Farmers Insurance agent Fred Kesler, dressed as Santa. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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