Cavs Students Hold Quarterly Service Project
Updated: Nov 8
Students at Chillicothe High School are holding a canned-food and hygiene-product drive this month. According to CAVS 101 teacher Mrs. Andrea Jenkins, students can donate non-perishable food items and personal-care products to their homeroom classroom through December 30th.
Jenkins said that community service projects help CAVS 101 students meet part of the three components of the graduation plan: "The first one is what you want to do so they plan that out; your competency, which is passing your OSTs; and then your seals, one of your seals is community service."
The students in CAVS 101 decided they wanted to help the community people in need, according to Jenkins. She said that half of the donations will go to the local homeless shelter and the other half will go to the local blessing box in the park.
Cavs Media student Mecca Richardson interviews Mrs. Jenkins about the CAVS 101 Non-Perishable and Hygiene-Items Drive.