Wednesday Dec 30 2009 comments Twin Oaks sixth-graders go homeless for a day By: Photos by Philip Wood, Gold Country News Service -A +A Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceJessamyn DeGamo, left, serves soup to Twin Oaks Elementary School sixth grader Loryn Szeremi Thursday morning in the school?s soup line that simulated what homeless people go through. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceJamie Goodwin, left, one of the originators of the soup line and homeless experience on the Twin Oaks Elementary School campus, receives soup from volunteer server Kim Sodervick. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceTwin Oaks Elementary School sixth graders Alexia Louis, left, Jamie Goodwin, Meghan Gibson and Hannah Russ eat their soup and bread together during their ?homeless? experience. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceParent volunteers act as soup line servers to some of the sixth grade students at Twin Oaks Elementary School who enacted a homeless experience on the campus. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceJamie Goodwin was one of the students at Twin Oaks who came up with the idea to be homeless for a day. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceMeghan Gibson was one of the sixth-graders that came up with the idea of being homeless for a day. Philip Wood/ Gold Country News ServiceSixth graders Derek Johnson, left, Garrett Cardoza and Blake Burres share the steps at Twin Oaks Elementary School and have their soup and bread for breakfast.