The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Jan. 18th was the 26th anniversary of the national Day of Service that celebrates the civil rights leader’s life and legacy. On this school holiday, all ten Pennsbury School District elementary schools marked the fourth annual collaborative Day of Service. Fifth graders in past years would gather together voluntarily in one location and sort donated goods for local non-profit partners. This year, due to the pandemic, the format of this event changed somewhat to allow all K‑5 students to participate optionally on their own through digital materials, videos, and educational resources as an opportunity to learn about the legacy, life, and teachings of Dr. King. Items donated by families from all ten elementary schools will be sorted by students in each building in early February and delivered to the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter, the Falls Township Senior Center, and the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. Thank you, once again, to organizers Michele Spack, Director of Elementary Education, Donna McCormick-Miller, Principal of Makefield Elementary School, and Stephanie Hultquist, Principal of Edgewood Elementary School, as well as all of the other elementary school Principals who joined in this effort.