Johnson School Students Give Back to Community

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In an effort to help the community, Mrs. Glushko’s Third Grade Class collected cans of soup for a fun “Soup-er” Bowl Event. Students in the H.C. Johnson School brought in cans of soup and placed them in the “Team Bin” of who they thought would win the Superbowl. The children had so much fun listening to the announcements each morning to see which team was winning. A total of 437 cans were collected and donated to The Jackson Food Pantry.

Submitted by Lorraine Glushko

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