Relief for South Louisiana
St. Frederick students are currently collecting cleaning and school supplies for all those affected by flooding in South Louisiana. These supplies can be turned in to their religion teacher and the religion classes that collect the most will get a pizza party. All supplies must be turned in by Wednesday morning
Supply drive to help families in South Louisiana
To help the families affected by the floods in South Louisiana, SFHS is collecting school supplies, cleaning supplies and household items. These items are to be placed in a bucket with a lid and taken to the cafeteria.
St. Frederick students donate pet food for south Louisiana-
On Thursday, August 19, St. Frederick High School collected a truck load of pet food and supplies to donate to the flood victims in South Louisiana. Ninth grade student Cameron Lavespere approached Dr. Bob Webber, Principal with the idea on Wednesday morning.
“Cameron’s initiative and compassion on this project impressed me. Our students are caring and giving, so I knew they would help with this very worthy cause,” said Webber.
Cameron explained that she knew people were collecting food and water for flood victims, but there was also a need to collect food and supplies for pets. “My horse trainer called me on Tuesday night and said that someone was coming through Monroe to collect pet supplies for the animal victims, so I thought this was something St. Frederick could help out with.”
Cameron presentations during lunch included a video showing clips of animals being rescued during the floods. She asked the students to bring in food the next morning so that it could be picked up in Farmerville and added to other collections going down South on Thursday afternoon.
In less than 24 hours, the students at St. Frederick High School pulled together and filled the back bed of a truck with food and supplies. Cameron and her mother, Cindy, took the truck to Farmerville, where a trailer was waiting to collect the supplies and transport them to the Lamar Dixon Center in Gonzales where most of the pets are being held during this time. With the donation from SFHS and others, the students were able to collect over 6,000 pounds of food and supplies.
“One of the best things about our Warriors is they are always willing to help where needed. These amazing students always go above and beyond to meet that need,” said Webber.
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