Three criminal justice seniors led the food drive: Noah Hoopengardner of Chippewa and Anthony LaRocca and Chelsea Lyons of Wooster. The project is for their state SkillsUSA contest, which they will present on April 11-12 in Columbus. They partnered with the Career Center Key Club, which started a food pantry for students who need food on the weekends.
Precision machining won first place and a pizza party for the most items donated with 5,378 items. Exercise science and sports medicine won second and a donut party with 1,696 items. Criminal justice won candy bars with 894 items donated.
Published: March 20, 2017