Once again, students in Peter’s homeroom are partnering with Mt. View United Methodist Church’s social justice program (across the street) to assist those in need. With summer vacation less than a month away, some students and their families in Boulder County need some food assistance when the school free and reduced food programs are closed.
-whole grain granola bars (Cascade Farms is a good brand)
-fruit leather strips made with real fruits
-pretzel/peanut butter or pretzel/hummus pack combos
-applesauce packs (low or no sugar added- like the “Gogo squeeze” packs)
-Honest brand juice boxes
-dried fruit, apple chips, etc.
-whole grain rice cakes
-boxes of raisins
-band-aids and first-aid ointment cream
If you would like to donate, please have your child bring in these items before May 15 and place them in a box outside Peter’s classroom. Thanks so much and hope you can give.
Submitted by: Peter Hegelbach