Clearfield, PA – A nearby school helped raise money for kids dealing with traumatic situations.

Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., says that MoShannon Valley School District’s National Honor Society donated $131.00 to the Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County (CAC-CC).

This center provides a comfortable location where kids can be interviewed about alleged abuse, allowing them to retell the traumatic memories only once so that law enforcement and lawyers can use the details for court cases.

The President of the National Honor Society, Micah DeLattre, stated that “Our Advisor, Mrs. Alicia Cervenak, made us aware of the CAC-CC and we were eager to help out and create a fundraiser to donate.”  Shaw thanked the young leaders involved with the National Honor Society for their willingness to raise funds for the CAC-CC.

Shaw explained that the CAC-CC would not be possible without the collaboration and support of the Clearfield County Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team (MDIT) and community members.

The Clearfield County MDIT is comprised of representatives from local law enforcement, the District Attorney’s Office,  Children, Youth, and Family Services, CenClear, Victim Services Providers, and a medical expert.

If you are interested in supporting the CAC-CC, contact [email protected].

L – R: Paige Tiesi, National Honor Society Secretary; Justin Fye, MoShannon Valley Assistant District Principal; Micah DeLattre, National Honor Society President; Chloe Blake, National Honor Society Treasurer; DA Shaw; Mary Tatum, CAC-CC Director

Moshannon Valley National Honor Society students donated to the Child Advocacy Center of Clearfield County