South Valley School Student Food Drive Is a Big Success Leaving Principal Bouillon Boxed in Her Office

Picture of Principal Boxed in OfficeSouth Valley School students wanted to do something significant to help each other out this holiday season. So, they organized a big food drive for their own school’s Principal’s Pantry, to make sure there would be enough food for families in need over the long winter break. Student body officers also wanted to make a big visual impact by storing everything they collected inside Principal Rita Bouillon’s office and sharing a photo of the growing number of boxes and carts of food each day. The goal was to pack enough food items into Principal Bouillon’s office that she would be boxed in. They accomplished that goal!

Working together, 155 students collected more than 2000 food items to fill the Principal’s Pantry. They also received a $300 cash donation!

Congratulations to all of the students involved on a job well done taking care of families in the South Valley School community. We hope Principal Bouillon works her way out of her office soon.