Stafford Leader

School News: Leos Join Lions in Bahamas School Supply Drive

Dec 13, 2019

The Southern Regional Leo Club, Stafford Township Lions Club and local radio station WOBM 92.7 recently sponsored a school supply drive to help hurricane-damaged schools in the Bahamas.

The groups collaborated to collect, package and ship 11 cartons of school supplies to Lion Matt Samuel of the Ft. Pierce Lions Club in Florida. Celeste Bent of the Freeport Lions Club and a schoolteacher there, had requested school supplies to help her reopen two schools due to weather disaster.

The groups collected folders, lined paper, binders, markers, pencils, crayons and other school essentials.

In another charitable effort, the local Leo and Lions clubs will provide $100 worth of pajamas to the National Pajama Program, a nonprofit organization promoting and supporting a comforting bedtime routine for children affected by instability to help them thrive.

For each pair of pajamas donated, Scholastic Book Clubs will donate a brand-new book to Pajama Program to be distributed to kids in need.

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Once again, Team Family Dental in Manahawkin is showcasing SRHS artists. Painting and drawing students have several works on display. New pieces will be rotated in approximately every six weeks.

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On Nov. 26, Sean Boero from the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office brought a mobile digital forensics lab to Southern’s Health and Science Club. He discussed how the use of cell phones, social media and other technological devices are used to track criminals.

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The following Southern student-athletes have signed commitment letters:

Cade Johnson will play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Justin Kean will play volleyball at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina, Erika Barbera will play field hockey at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania, Cade Johnson will play lacrosse at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Maitland Demand will play field hockey at Louisville University.

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In October, students enrolled in Skills for Life, an elective in Southern Regional Middle School, took the first step to becoming career ready. All students participated in eFoodhandlers to earn their first food safety certification.

The training program covered the importance of food safety, health and hygiene, temperature control, avoiding cross contamination, and cleaning and sanitizing. Each student who completed the course and passed the test received a certificate and card which is valid for three years.

 

 

 

 

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