Students, educators, parents and volunteers continue to offer hurricane relief supplies and assistance.
The Rocky Bayou Christian School football team, coached by Josh Childers, took supplies directly to Robert F. Munroe Day School in Quincy, with those supplies assisting families affiliated with the school.
The RBCS volleyball team also took money to North Florida Christian School in Tallahassee. After the match, the team helped the NFCS volleyball coach, whose house was damaged by Hurricane Michael.
With its four high schools supporting the Walton School District’s Stuff the Bus for Hurricane Michael victims, Walton High School Coach Matt Nichols was able to make the district’s first delivery of supplies to Calhoun County.
WHS’s Student Council coordinated, sorted and organized the donations, while Nichols and his boys basketball team delivered the donations to a designated site.
Bay Elementary School in Santa Rosa Beach enrolled more than 30 new students who were displaced by Hurricane Michael. To help the new students transition, BES parents, educators and student provided each of the news students with a backpack and school supplies.
Emerald Coast Middle School has done the same for its new students; parents donated uniforms and school supplies for newly enrolled, displaced students.
In addition, the ECMS cheer squad sorted and packaged snack foods and water that will be delivered to areas hard hit by the storm. The school is focusing on assisting Mariana with its relief supplies.
Walton County’s magnet school, In10sity, has worked directly with Trinity Fellowship Bible Church in DeFuniak Springs to distribute hurricane supplies.
On Oct. 19, the Santa Rose School District’s food service office sent its food truck to serve close to 500 hot meals in Cottondale. The truck also provided 100 cold meals, iced tea and lemonade.
The truck was manned by Food Service Director Leslie Bell, as well as chefs Bill McMahon, Wade Hall and Kim Cole. They were directed to the distribution center by Jackson School District Food Service Director Jack Noonan.
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