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RAMS have the Christmas Spirit!

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Mme Bouzane and her students at the food bank

December 12, 2016 - In record breaking numbers, students and staff at St. Charles Elementary in Chelmsford collected donations of cans and cash for the Friendship House Food Bank in Chelmsford. Last year, the school collected 3204 cans and we set out to beat that number by 1 this year. Thanks to the generosity of the families in the St. Charles school community, we collected 6743 cans this year, which included $1673.98 in cash!!

The students in Mme Bouzane’s grade 5/6 class demonstrated leadership as they counted donations, organized and graphed the results each week. After the collection of cans, students were privileged to go to the food bank and see behind the scenes, and what happens when all those boxes of food leave our front doors. They learned about how the food bank organizes donations for families in our community.

Thank you once again to all the families in our school for making a difference for the families in our community at this time.

Way to go, RAMS!

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