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5th grader asks police for homework help on Facebook
as informed in Gruber reached out to Lena via Facebook Messenger and helped her with two computation questions.
Fifth-grader Lena Draper was recently stumped with some math problems, so she turned to the Marion Police Department’s Facebook page for help.
The girl’s mother posted the exchange on Facebook, thanking the police.
Gruber admits he’s a bit rusty with his math but he’s happy to help and engage with people.
Thankfully, it was fixed before Lena turned it in.
Officers respond to Facebook message, provide homework help
as informed in The young girl revealed she needed help with her math homework and an officer stepped in to help.
MARION, Ohio (NEXSTAR MEDIA) — Police officers live by a common calling — to protect and serve.
One officer from Marion, Ohio, lived up to the police credo — by helping a child with her homework.
The Marion Police Department noted on Facebook that their department aims “to be a full-service police department” and was grateful for the kudos.
Molly Draper shared screengrabs of a conversation her daughter had with an officer with the Marion Police Department via Facebook Messenger.
collected by :Roy Mark