2006-12-22 / Community

Class 302 Hits Highs In PPA Food Drive

Peninsula Preparatory Academy Charter School participated in the City Harvest Kids Can Help Week School Food Drive from Monday, December 4 through Friday, December 8. The food drive helped food pantries and soup kitchens stretch their limited budgets and keep their doors open with nonperishable food. “At PPA we are a public school with private school ideals,” a school spokesperson said. PPA’s students collected an unprecedented amount of 1,576 nonperishable foods weighing approximately 2000 pounds. We are so proud of the students working together for a worthy cause to help the fight against hunger,” said guidance counselor Serena Robertson. Pictured, Top Row: Joanne Lochard (Head Teacher- Class 301, Student Council Coordinator), Cheryl Calamiong (Head Teacher-Class 202, Student Council Coordinator), Rachel Laurent (Teacher Assistant Class 302), Class 302- M. Brown, A. Johnson, T. Powell, R. White, B. Adegunle (BJ), R. Thomas, M. Hernandez, Y. GilChrist, K. Brooks, A. Bailey, Karen McGregor (Head Teacher-Class 302),

Serena Robertson (Guidance Counselor, City

Harvest Kids Can Help Week School Food Drive

Coordinator), Judith Tyler (Principal.)Middle Row Sitting: Additional students in class 302- I. Perry, R. Chandler, D. Gefferies, J. Griggs, S. Jean-Pierre, R. Atherley, N. Flaherty, A. Akinbola. First Row Sitting: (Student Council Representatives): D. Ojeranti Class 301, J. White-Class 202, B. Kolawole- Class 401, A. Foster-Class 402, G. Johnson-Class 202, S. Scott-Class 201, A. Banks-Class 301, A. Phillips-Class 302. Submitted by: Serena Robertson, Guidance Counselor.

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