A sign near Chalk Hill Middle school greets students from Sandy Hook December 18, 2012 in Monroe, Connecticut. When Sandy Hook students resume their studies, they will be at the currently unused Chalk Hill School in the nearby town of Monroe. (DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)
NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Parents of Sandy Hook Elementary School students want to create a winter wonderland for their children after last Friday's tragedy in Newtown. You can help.
With their old school still designated as a crime scene, the children will resume classes at Chalk Hill, a former middle school in the neighboring town of Monroe, Connecticut.
To welcome the kids there, Newtown parents and leaders want to decorate the school with handmade snowflakes. The Connecticut PTSA is collecting the snowflakes on behalf of Sandy Hook.
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You can download templates for snowflakes online or create your own and mail them to Connecticut PTSA, 60 Connolly Parkway, Building 12, Suite 103, Hamden, CT 06514 by January 12, 2013.