White Knoll Students Tackle Hunger

On Saturday, January 13th ten students from White Knoll High School joined nine other local high schools to pack 2,000 food boxes for the inaugural Hudson’s Heroes Tackle Hunger event. This event was held at the Ellison Building at the State Fairgrounds and was sponsored by the Jim Hudson Automotive Group, teaming up with Harvest Hope Food Bank and Souper Bowl of Caring. Keith Hudson said the group hopes to make this an annual event, cutting down on the number of people in the Midlands (15 percent, according to Harvest Hope), who do not always know where their next meal will come from. After the event the group of students brought back over 200 boxes that will help fill our districts food pantry. Pictured below are:  Hannah Williamson, Haley Hopkins, Tayla Walker, Grace Robinette, Julianna Mills, Zoe Frye, Caitlyn Shipley, Janet Cornacchia, Nicholas Quinn and Giselle Mota.

White Knoll High’s Business Partner of the Month

A huge shout out to Crossroads Animal Hospital. White Knoll High celebrated CrossRoads Animal Hospital today by naming them White Knoll High School Business Partner of the Month.  White Knoll High Principal Ted Daughtrey and Career Specialists Kelli Bryan and Laura Jumper delivered goodies to the business to show their appreciation for the work opportunities and job shadow experiences CrossRoads Animal Hospital gives to White Knoll High students.  Thank you for all you do, CrossRoads Animal Hospital!  Pictured below left to right are Laura Corley, Ted Daughtrey, Dr. Amy Spies and Kelli Bryan.