The students worked in four teams to prepare meals for food-insecure people in the Houston area. The students filled 17 pallets worth of food, 14,479 lbs total. Those boxes will provide 12,065 meals for people. Our HSA juniors all worked hard and with smiles. They were respectful and followed the directions from the Houston Food Bank staff and our HSA staff. They represented our campus and their graduating class as responsible young adults, and they seemed to have fun in the process.
Yesterday’s trip served as a good trial run for the juniors’ field trip, but more than that, it gave them the opportunity to volunteer to help people in need.
Special thanks to the teacher chaperones!