Southside stocks the pantry
Friday, March 28, 2014
The Southside Student Council recently held its annual food drive to stock the school's pantry.
On Monday, if students brought in a non-food item, such as toilet paper, paper towels, etc. they could wear their favorite hats.
Tuesday students could dress like Duck Dynasty if they brought in two cans of fruits or vegetables.
On Wednesday, students brought in breakfast food or juice and wore their pajamas.
On Thursday, if students brought in cans of soup or condiments they could dress country.
Friday was "Hodgepodge Day." Students could bring in any kind of canned food and dress crazy.
"It was a great week," said Andrea McTigue. "Students brought in enough items to stock the pantry for those in need for a long time."
First grader Bailey Dunn wears her favorite hat on Monday.
Southside teachers are always anxious to participate on dress up days. Fifth grade teacher Kyle Prince sports his coonskin cap.
Students in Karen Heflin's 2nd grade class wore their favorite hats to school on Monday and brought in non-food items to help stock the pantry. Back: Gracie Herrod, Paris Adcock, Rachel Storey and Payton Templeton. Front: Chloe Reynolds and Giselle Velasquez
Tuesday, Southside students and teachers brought in canned fruits and vegetables and dressed like Duck Dynasty. Some went all out dressing like the popular TV characters.
Students from Angela Pridmore's 4th grade class were cozy in their pajamas on Wednesday. Back: Aliyah Spence, Rylan Green, Suzu Murata, Katelyn Baker, Taylor Sexton and Damion Waldon. Front: Nakiyah Wood, Jenny Castillo, Ella Swing, Jadeyn Clinton and Jamyron Erving
Cowboys and cowgirls from Pat Simmon's Kindergarten class say, "Howdy!": Delaney Ketterman, Sana Murata, Bryce Adams, Payton Anderson and Louie Nicholson.
5th graders Cameron Smith and Hunter Morgan dressed crazy on Hodgepodge Friday.