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NCMS Can the Teacher

By: Treyvan Enneking and Brandon Rogers

December 05, 2018

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    It was a fun time at the Nemaha Central Middle School on Tuesday, November 20. Students came to school in the hopes of not having regular classes during the day. To achieve this, students had to stack non-perishable food items to the door handle of each middle school classroom and they could get out of class.

    The total number of items brought by the students was around 1361 items. The 7A class brought 6 items per student, the 6A class brought 8 items per student, The 8A class brought 10 items per student, the 7B class brought in 15 items per student, the 8B brought 17 items per student, and the 6B class brought a WHOPPING 19 items per student. The class with the most items per student was the 6B class. The winning class received a universal homework pass that they could use in any class. All of the items collected were donated to the local food pantry.

    “It was awesome how we brought in around 1361 items to the food pantry,” said Miles Carpenter.

    Zoey Sudbeck said, “It was great how we could get all of these items in 2 days.”

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