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5:50 PM, Nov. 26, 2013  |  Comments
Students at Mountain Bay Elementary collected 892 cans of food Nov. 25 during its 'Hunt Down Hungry' food drive.
Students at Mountain Bay Elementary collected 892 cans of food Nov. 25 during its 'Hunt Down Hungry' food drive.
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D.C. Everest Area School District

Mountain Bay Elementary

Students at Mountain Bay Elementary conducted a food drive during November called "Hunt Down Hungry" to celebrate the opening of hunting season and Thanksgiving. Mrs. Remondinis' fourth grade class won the competition and celebrated with a root beer float party.

Mountain Bay's donation brought in 892 cans totaling more than 1,000 pounds of food, which will be distributed to local food pantries and D.C. Everest Blessings in a Backpack.

Newman Catholic Schools

NCES: St. Mark

Newman Catholic Elementary School at St. Mark Parish recognized those special men and women who have served or are currently serving in the military.

Parents and veterans were invited to attend a special Veterans Day prayer service. After the prayer service, special guests joined the students for lunch. The NCES: St. Mark students who are in Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts led the student body and veterans in the flag ceremony.

We also recognize the sacrifices the veterans make to "change" the lives of so many people. Therefore, NCES: St. Mark along with the other Newman Catholic Schools conducted a "change" penny drive. NCES: St. Mark collected $275 in donations, which were given to the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.

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