2017 CS Student Council
2017-2018 CS Student Council Members
Andrew Coleman (not pictured)
Students Change Hunger Food Drive
CS Student Council is collecting canned food and non-perishables for the South Jersey Food Bank. We are asking each family to donate a few items from their pantry to help our 'STUDENTS CHANGE HUNGER'. Over the past few years, our school has donated over 2500 pounds of food. Last year, CS donated the highest amount collected by any elementary school in the entire state with 861 POUNDS!! We are hopeful, with your help, we can do the same this year.
What do we need?
· Cereal & Cereal bars
· Peanut Butter
· Jelly (Strawberry & Grape)
· Granola Bars
· Juice Boxes
· Fruit snacks
· Tuna or chicken salad packs
· Canned goods
· Crackers w/peanut butter or cheese
· Fruit cups
· Applesauce packs
· Snack packs
· Trail mix
· Anything else for children!
Deadline for food donations is November 30, 2017!!
DECEMBER PROJECT: TOYS 4 KIDS TOY DRIVE
What do we need??
NEW, unwrapped toys for kids.
Especially legos, Star Wars, super heroes, Disney, barbies, dolls, arts & crafts sets, action figures, board games, playing cards, or sports equipment!
Our goal is for every student in Central School to bring in one toy!
Anything more is GREATLY appreciated!!
We will be collecting toys from November 30th through December 20th!
Toys will be donated to local families who are in need of some extra special cheer over the holidays.
The homeroom that donates the most toys will be rewarded with a warm winter treat and extra recess time!!!
Please TRY to remember the less fortunate during this holiday season.
Thank you from the Student Council!!
New this FALL!!!
Pajama Day benefiting The Children's Fund at CHOP
For more information:
Veteran's Thank-Yous and Appreciation!
The background — Each year a mom in town organizes a holiday shipment for the troops, Haddonfield's 300 Boodle Brigade (for US Army soldiers). This year, word is the group of soldiers we’ve been assigned are in the Middle East and have had a very difficult deployment. We are told the kids notes and pictures are just as important as all the other goodies sent in the boxes and truly brighten their holidays.