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Second Harvest Food Bank
It is important for our children to learn that we are all connected with responsibilities toward one another and to society. The qualities of generosity, caring, compassion and service to others becomes a strong and integral part of a child’s character when he/she is given opportunities and is encouraged to perform both small and large acts of kindness. By teaching children to give generously of their time, talents and treasures, we are helping them build the pillars of character of caring and community service within themselves,
As in the past, our school will be participating in a holiday food drive. Students are asked to bring in non-perishable food to be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank for distribution to families in need. The canned food drive will begin the week of November 30th and continue through December 11th. You can help your children experience the joy of giving and learn the importance of stewardship by talking to them about service to others, by helping them select food to donate, and by encouraging your children to give generously.
To donate online - You can make a secure, tax - deductible financial donation in a matter of minutes: www.shfb.org/donateonline - Go to Donate to Your Group's Drive
MOST NEEDED FOODS
The Food Bank needs nutritious, non-perishable foods:
Parking Lot Safety
The safety of all our students is of utmost importance to us. Parking Lot Speed is 5 miles per hour or slower for student safety. Students need to be escorted through the crosswalks in the parking lot.
Buses receive priority in the drive through lane. As so, the yellow gates into the parking lot are CLOSED during the mornings and afternoons, so the buses have a place to drop off students safely. Please drop off your students in the loading zone in front of the school.
When there are no buses and the gate is open, the drive-through lane is ONLY for drop-off and pick-up of students in the designated YELLOW curb area. Parking is NOT permitted.
RED CURB: It is unlawful to stand, or park a vehicle whether the vehicle is attended or unattended. EMERGENCY vehicles need access.
DISABLED PARKING: It is unlawful for any person to park or leave standing any vehicle in a stall designated for disabled persons without proper authorization.
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