Seventy-three Indian Queen Elementary School students participated Sept. 26 in the Fort Washington school’s Ident-A-Kid event, where parents registered their students to have identification cards created.

Surprised by the turnout, Principal Aundrea Mccall said she thought there was an interest in the program due to so many recent tragedies. The card can be helpful for parents if their child is lost or stolen and the police need a child’s information quickly; also the parents find Ident-A-Kid cards more cost effective than getting a passport.

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