What it is the Lane School Soup-er-Bowl Challenge?

January 9, 2015

Submitted by Lane School

Soup-er Bowl 2015Lane School classes from 3rd to 5th grade are challenged to bring in XLIX (49) or more non-perishable items to school before January 30th.

According to Assistant Principal Keith Kinney, “Last year we exceeded our goal.   Let’s see if we can do it again!”

Download/print Soup-er-Bowl Challenge 2015 poster

Where will the items go?  

Everything will be donated to the Bedford Food Pantry.

The guidelines for Soup-er-Bowl 2015

  • We will be collecting non-perishable food items each morning after announcements and keeping a running tally of how many we get each day.  Our school goal is 2,350 – but we can do better!
  • All collected items will be displayed in the front lobby and students will be asked to help sort and count the items.  PLEASE MAKE SURE ITEMS ARE NOT EXPIRED
  • Let’s pull together support our local team- THE TOWN OF BEDFORD!
  • The winning class will have their class name placed on the Soup-er-Bowl trophy that is placed in the lobby display case!

Suggested Items:  soups (all kinds), meals in a can (Spaghetti-O’s and ravioli…), and pasta (all types), pasta sauce (jarred and canned), canned fruits and vegetables, tuna fish, macaroni and cheese-just to name a few (the list is really endless)

Read about last year’s Soup-er-Bowl donation to the Bedford Food Pantry – https://thebedfordcitizen.org/2014/02/28/lane-school-soup-er-bowl-supporting-bedfords-food-pantry-in-a-big-way/


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