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Post Franklin Elementary School Principal Sima Thurman, center, handed the Thanksgiving baskets to parents Sendey Guerrero, left, and Davina Drake, right, on Monday.(Photo: Noe Hernandez/The Enquirer)Davina Drake isn’t one to easily accept help from others, not even on Thanksgiving.But with four childrenat home and the September death of her stepfather still fresh on her mind, she gladly accepted a Thanksgiving food basket Monday from Post Franklin Elementary School.Drake said her late stepfather, Randy Davis, would have appreciated the school for helping take care of his family.”He’d just love the fact that the school is willing to help the families as much as they do,” shesaid. “It shows that there’s good people in the world still, even though the world is having a lot of problems as it has.”Post Franklin teachers, administrators, parents andsupport staff collected enough Thanksgiving supplies over two months to surprise13 families one from each classroom in the building with just about everything for a holiday meal.Drake picked up her family’s basket in the afternoon.Each basket containeda Honeysuckle turkey, macaroni and cheese, vegetables, gravy, cake mix, frosting and other supplies.Principal Sima Thurman praised schoolstaff for coming up with the idea during a discussion on what the school could do for its families. Each classroomidentified thefamily of a student in the classto receive a basket.”I love that we were able to surprise them,” Thurman said.Sendey Guerrero, a mother of three boys,said she received the good news at work. Shesaid she’s thankful for her boys; Arturo, Adrian and Anthony;her parentsand her two sisters.”I had never gotten a basket, and I was just really excited and thankful,” she said. “That’s something special. I’ve had really rough moments and it made me feel a little bit better.”.