The 100th day of school always marks an exciting time school-wide. This year, St. Marie of the Incarnation Catholic School in Bradford decided to take on the 100 Days of School Food Drive Challenge.
Two Grade 8 classes challenged each other to gather the most items of non-perishable food. What was at stake? The losing class had to be the servants of the winning class for the day. Jobs ranged from tidying boots in the hallway to bringing in snacks for the victors.
Both classes gave it their all and together collected almost 800 items of food!
Thanks to both classes for participating in a great cause.