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Donate to help out the food drive

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Wjps students are donating food for those who need it. The following grades are expected to donate the following: 6th grade – Pasta. 7th grade -Canned soup. 8th grade – Macaroni and cheese. 9th grade – Canned fruit. 10th grade – Canned/dry beans. 11th grade – Canned vegetables. 12th grade – Hot/cold cereal. Picture by Eneid Papa.

by Jaclyn Thompson, news editor and Alicia Massey, staff reporter

National Honors Society is in charge of the food drive for City Harvest. They are asking each grade to donate something different. The sixth graders, seventh graders, and eighth graders have been asked to donate pasta, soup, and mac & cheese consecutively.

6th grade – Pasta.

7th grade -Canned soup.

8th grade – Macaroni and cheese.

9th grade – Canned fruit.

10th grade – Canned/dry beans.

11th grade – Canned vegetables.

12th grade – Hot/cold cereal.

“ Each grade is responsible for bringing in a different item and the grade that brings in the most items will receive a Jeans Day Pass,” guidance counselor Ms. Papalow said.

Students have until December 21st to bring in the assigned food and the collection boxes are located next to the elevator on the third floor.

“The National Honor Society is hosting it and we’re really excited. It was successful last year so I hope it’s as successful this year,” National Honor Society President Alyssa Striano said.

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