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High Schoolers Raise Money to Give Janitor a New Truck

Travis Kennedy worked at the school for over 22 years and didn't realize his impact.

Culture Beat · Oct. 29, 2019

“The work of a custodian may not appear glamorous, but Travis Kennedy has become a staple at Jasper High School for his dedication to the work and the students. Kennedy really made an impact on JHS sophomores Sam Hice and Preston Reed.”

“‘I never knew I was living like that. You know, you didn’t know you were impacting them. I didn’t know I was impacting them. But, you know, you got to live truthful. You’ve got to be honest. You have to try to do things right. And I was made to do that,’ says Kennedy.”

“Kennedy makes a 20-mile commute to and from work every day, but he does it with a servant’s heart. The two students noticed that their school’s janitor was getting to and from work in a truck in poor condition. At the same time, they wanted to make their appreciation to Kennedy known.”

Read more at CBS42.

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