Salvation Army coat drive concluding tomorrow

Sophomores, Tristan Correa, JC Diaz, Bryan Aromin, and John Paleracio sort coats for the Salvation Army drive.
Photo Credit: Bree Eure
 Sophomores, Tristan Correa, JC Diaz, Bryan Aromin, and John Paleracio sort coats for the Salvation Army drive.<br />Photo Credit: Bree Eure
Sophomores Tristan Correa, JC Diaz, Bryan Aromin, and John Paleracio sort coats for the Salvation Army drive.
Photo Credit: Bree Eure

The Salvation Army coat and food drive concludes tomorrow. Each mentorship class has been collecting pet food, canned food, coats and clothes, as well as books.

“The Salvation Army is in desperate need of any type of warm clothes, food, and books. Anyone and everyone should donate,” HOSA Adviser Mrs. Vicki Smith said.

All items that the teachers collect will be brought to Smith’s room, H123, for counting. As of today, 429 total books were donated. World History teacher Mrs. Krista Boivie’s mentorship class donated 404 books and 106 coats.

“I am confident that my mentorship class will win because each student in Mrs. Boivie’s class has donated at least

one thing,” sophomore Tristan Correa said.

The class that collects the most food, coats, and books will be awarded with a class party and a plaque.

“Since Christmas is about caring and giving, the coat drive, food drive, and book drive is a good opportunity to show everyone that the meaning of Christmas is about giving,” junior Victoria Avalos said.