The students and families of Woodside High School have definitely been getting into the spirit of giving for the holidays this year.
In total, the high school collected 2,716 items of food for the Second Harvest Food Bank, to help feed underprivileged families in the area this year.
This is in addition to the the school's Parent-Teacher-Student Association donated to financially challenged families within the school this month.
The school especially recognizes the classroom that collected the most food items out of the whole school - Ms. Camera's class (room E-9), which collected 345 items.
All classes that collected 25 items or more were given a special treat.
"Thank you all for your contributions. Both Woodside and Second Harvest Food Bank appreciate your help immensely," said Serena Houghton from the food drive commmittee.
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