The totals are in. The week of November 18, was a very busy and productive week for the Computerized Manufacturing class at Vicksburg High School. Instructor Greg Mills’ students in the class were diligently bringing in many food and personal care items for the annual food drive for South County Community Services (SCCS). The National Honor Society sponsored the drive with hundreds of items collected.
The students answered the call for donations and brought in so many items that they took first place school wide. It was a head-to-head competition with other classes throughout the week. These students realized that there are many families that need assistance with food and personal care products. The students stepped up to the plate to make this food drive a success, according to Mills.
“We are very proud of this class for their generosity,” Mills said.