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SCHS food drive might set record

Shawano Community High School students collected more than 2,500 pounds of nonperishable items during the recent food drive for the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Organized by the Future Business Leaders of America, the drive began Nov. 7.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"It's a good time that we do this with Thanksgiving and the holiday season coming," said Ben Otto, FBLA adviser.

Fri
18
Nov

SCHS food drive might set record

Shawano Community High School students collected more than 2,500 pounds of nonperishable items during the recent food drive for the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Organized by the Future Business Leaders of America, the drive began Nov. 7.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"It's a good time that we do this with Thanksgiving and the holiday season coming," said Ben Otto, FBLA adviser.

Fri
18
Nov

SCHS food drive might set record

Shawano Community High School students collected more than 2,500 pounds of nonperishable items during the recent food drive for the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.

Organized by the Future Business Leaders of America, the drive began Nov. 7.

"It's a good time that we do this with Thanksgiving and the holiday season coming," said Ben Otto, FBLA adviser. "We hope we can help take some of that burden off some of the families here in town."

Fri
18
Nov

SCHS food drive might set record

Shawano Community High School students collected more than 2,500 pounds of nonperishable items during the recent food drive for the Shawano Area Food Pantry and Resource Center.

Organized by the Future Business Leaders of America, the drive began Nov. 7.

"It's a good time that we do this with Thanksgiving and the holiday season coming," said Ben Otto, FBLA adviser. "We hope we can help take some of that burden off some of the families here in town."

Thu
17
Nov

Daybreak with Dad

Olga Brener Intermediate School in Shawano hosted its first Daybreak with Dad breakfast on Wednesday with great success.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"It was an incredible turnout. Between the kids and dads we served over 500 people," said principal Karen Smith.

Thu
17
Nov

Daybreak with Dad

Olga Brener Intermediate School in Shawano hosted its first Daybreak with Dad breakfast on Wednesday with great success.

"It was an incredible turnout. Between the kids and dads we served over 500 people," said principal Karen Smith. "It was a really neat morning."

Smith said students also had the opportunity to give their parents an informal tour of the school.

"Every positive trip to school builds on a child's education," Smith said.

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