PCHS closes out 2023 by giving back

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Page County High School closed out 2023 by giving back to their community in a school wide effort.

Advisory classes held a spare change contest with the winning class receiving a pizza party.

In total, students and staff raised $1,331.13 for Page One of Shenandoah to purchase items for their food pantry.

FCCLA held a food drive to benefit Families First Project.

Students and staff were challenged to bring in a different type of nonperishable item each day.

For each item donated, two tickets were entered in to a daily drawing from prizes ranging from cupcakes to a TV.

This food drive brought in a total of 2,217 items also donated to Page One.

FBLA members also raised 400 items for the Page County Middle School Care Closet for one of their Community Service Projects.

PCHS wrapped up the holiday season by placing 500 wreaths on graves at Arlington National Cemetery for Wreaths Across America.

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