The seventh and eighth grade class has been planning and performing various service projects throughout the school year as part of their Religion curriculum. On Tuesday, February 2, the class will go to the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) at the Arnold Palmer Medical Center to serve lunch for the families who are currently staying at the home. They will serve 35-40 people who are staying at the RMH so they are able to remain as close as possible to their children who are patients at Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital. The class has planned a meal and will donate all of the food, prepare food at the RMH, serve and clean up to show their love and support for those in crisis.
The class has also decided to ‘resurrect’ the Pop Tab collection program at Trinity as way to show their ongoing support. The class is working hard to get the word out that collecting Pop Tabs is an easy way to provide funds for the Ronald McDonald House, just down the street from Trinity. Collection jars have been placed throughout the campus for your convenience so get ready to Pop and Drop! Pop a can open, then drop a tab in the nearest collection jar!
As an incentive to gather tabs from anywhere and everywhere, Dr. Brockberg has agreed to help a bit. With every goal we meet Dr. Brockberg has a surprise waiting for him from the K-8 Student Council. You just might see him wearing a student uniform; shirt tucked in, belt on and expandable folder in hand! The seventh and eighth graders have plenty of ideas in store so Pop, Drop and then Watch to see what happens to Dr. B. next!