As the end of the school year approaches, one organization is looking for some help in making the remaining days safe. The Savannah chapter of the Guardian Angels held a special meeting to create a new public school watch program last night.
The group wants help monitoring the last four days of classes. They say they're answering the mayor's call to get involved.
"We're trying to do our part as far as getting people involved, going to the schools at the end of the school year just volunteering to be out in the schools so the students can feel comfortable in getting out of school," said Guardian Angel Norman Whipple.
Only three people showed up for their meeting. But the Guardian Angels remain determined to do their part to make this a safe end to the school year.
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