Middle School Can Drive for Hunger

December 6, 2011Blog, EventsLeave a reply

Right now, millions of Americans are struggling with hunger.  These are often hard-working adults, seniors and children who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days.  According to ConAgra Foods (2011), one in four (17 million) U.S. children go hungry at some point through the year.  In rural communities like ours, an estimated 3 million rural households nationwide are food insecure.  To combat this national epidemic, the English I class at Charter Day School is hosting a food drive for food insecure households and the homeless in our community.  The students have been working diligently to take action to help the less fortunate, and now they need your help to reach their goal of 2,000 food items.  Please bring in non-perishable items by the end of the school day on December 12.  Donations can be brought to homeroom classrooms or the middle school office.  With just one donation you can provide a meal for a child or help someone get another chance at life.  The students and staff of Charter Days School thank you for your support.


Will Fassbender, M.A.T.

8th Grade Language Arts Teacher- Charter Day Middle School


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