Number of Participants: 20
Hours Donated: 4
Value of Time Served: $676
Event Type: Hunger
Date: February 11, 2021
Students and staff from Waverly Park Elementary School and Lynbrook North Middle School in the Lynbrook Public Schools got into the Super Bowl spirit with a ‘Soup’er Bowl Challenge from Feb. 1-5.
Led by the Waverly Park Student Council and Lynbrook North Middle School’s Community Service Club, students and staff were encouraged to donate a can of soup or another canned food item and place their donation on a table in their respective school lobby by who they thought would win the Super Bowl this year.
Together, the two schools collected a total of 150 cans of food to donate to the Baldwin Jewish Center. The North Middle School community predicted that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would take home the championship title, while the Waverly Park community predicted that the Kansas City Chiefs would be victorious during Sunday’s big game.
1) Members of Lynbrook North Middle School’s Community Service Club organized a ‘Soup’er Bowl Challenge to collect canned food for the Baldwin Jewish Center. Pictured with club adviser Kelly Napolitano (right) and teacher Brian Bowes (left).
2) The Waverly Park school community predicted that the Kansas City Chiefs would win this year’s Super Bowl during the student council’s ‘Soup’er Bowl Challenge.
Photos courtesy of the Lynbrook Public Schools