Ms. Hurley’s class takes the Thanksgiving Food Drive crown

Monticello High School’s Thanksgiving Food Drive raised enough money to help 101 families in our community enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal. 

Traditionally, the class raising the most is rewarded with a  delicious breakfast cooked for them by our building administration, and this year was no exception. 

A group of 14 students and a teacher sit in a classroom.
Ms. Hurley’s class was the winner in the MHS Thanksgiving Food Drive and got to enjoy a breakfast cooked by their school administrators.

In first place, raising enough to help a staggering 22 1/2 families, was Ms. Hurley’s class with a total of $1,167.32.  Their breakfast consisted of delicious scrambled eggs, bagels, bacon, sausage and fluffy pancakes. The students enjoyed this treat and the administrators enjoyed cooking. 

A man with a red shirt and blue apron makes scrambled eggs
Mr. Wilder made some awesome scrambled eggs, while Ms. Blount cooked delicious breakfast sausage for the students.

A woman in a red dress stands at a stove cooking sausage

Our toy drive is currently underway and the overall winners for that are also rewarded with a breakfast. Collections for the toy drive conclude on Monday, Dec. 16, 2019. 

Three high school girls smile while eating breakfast. The one in the middle is giving a thumbs up.
Hannah Kaplan, Janvi Patel and Jenna Borko were three of the food drive chairpersons.