Monday, September 21, 2020

Cargill Cocoa Care Council Donates to Shenandoah Elementary

Recently members of the Cargill Cocoa Care Council based in Hazleton, Pa. paid a visit to the Shenandoah Valley Elementary School where they distributed learning packets consisting of crayons, pencils, scissors, and glue sticks. 

According to SV Superintendent Brian Waite, these supplies will benefit our students in grades 4K-6, ES, LS, & those deaf, & hard of hearing and enabling them to utilize these supplies to facilitate meaningful learning opportunities. Their donation is even more meaningful due to the current state of our country as it relates to COVID 19 pandemic and its impact on our economy and specifically the families residing in our district. On behalf of the district, Supt. Waite would like to thank the Cargill Company and specifically Manager Mark Slusser for their generous donation.

Shown in the photo are the members of the Cargill Cocoa Cares Council making delivery of school supplies to the Shenandoah Valley Elementary School. L-R: SV Elementary Principal Brooke Wowak, Jim Cooper Maintenance Planner, SV Vice Principal Leslie Matus, Dan Carey Safety Coordinator, Mike Timko Food Safety & Quality, and Kathy Smith Human Resources.

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