Sussex Tech wins creativity award in Food Bank drive
Sussex Technical High School was judged Most Creative in Delaware for its school bus entry in the 2013 DelawareCAN Contest. Statewide, 46,340 pounds of food were collected for the Food Bank of Delaware during this event, and the food bank is already hard at work in the community feeding those who need it the most.
Collection of nonperishable food items will continue for Sussex Tech’s own food pantry that is being started at Sussex Tech for Ravens in need.
Sussex Tech adopted this campaign as its annual community service project to help solicit food for the Food Bank of Delaware. Students in Leslie Williams' and Kevin Elzie’s Leadership Development class built the bus structure used to put the food products in. It is decorated with boxes of macaroni and cheese, and holds all the food donated by the Sussex Tech community.
Standing in back are (l-r) teacher Leslie Williams; Deven Howard, Lewes; Evan Caplan, Seaford; Holly Petraitis, Millsboro; Caleb Murphy, Laurel; Nate O’Neill, Georgetown; Allison Dasher, Selbyville; Jackelyn Toggart, Millsboro; Hannah Lankford, Laurel; Matt Allen, Seaford; Allison Bagshaw, Seaford; Melissa Bradford, Delmar; Alexis Stevens, Greenwood; Logan Joseph, Millsboro; teacher Kevin Elzie; and Chelsea Lee, Milford. In front are Megan Joseph, Millsboro; Tyler Evans, Greenwood; Jackson Brown, Milford; Chad Hockman, Ocean View; Daisy Legates, Seaford; Abel Luna-Bahena, Seaford; Chandler Hummel, Milton; and Daisy Gallegos-Rivera, Millsboro.