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South River HS Again Collects Most Food, Money for Harvest for the Hungry

South River High School held onto its crown as the most charitable school during the annual Kids Helping Kids at the Anne Arundel County Food Bank’s “Harvest for the Hungry” Award Ceremony earlier this month.

South River High School collected 8,418 pounds of food and $14,788 in cash during the campaign. Its food weight total beat the second-place finisher by almost 4,000 pounds. Severna Pak High School came in second place in money collected with $12,356.

For most food and money combined, South River High School’s total of 126,725 bested Severna Park High School by just under 25,000 units. Central Middle School was third at almost 71,000. The top elementary school was Piney Orchard at 39,200.

MOST MONEY

South River HS                  $14,788

Severna Park HS               $12,356

Central MS                          $8,870

Piney Orchard ES              $4,900

Crofton MS                         $3,490

Nantucket ES                     $1,955

Chesapeake S.P.              $1,839

Severn River MS               $1,637

Southern MS                     $1,450

Crofton Woods ES           $1,370

 

MOST FOOD

South River HS                  8,418

Archbishop Spalding       4,650

Crofton Woods ES           4,515

Davidsonville ES                3,880

Benfield ES                         3,452

Windsor Farm ES              3,197

Severna Park HS               3,084

Crofton MS                         2,993

Crofton Meadows ES     2,726

Crofton ES                           2,690

 

MOST FOOD & MONEY COMBINED (lbs)

South River HS                  126,725

Severna Park HS               101,929

Central MS                          70,966

Piney Orchard ES              39,200

Crofton MS                         30,910

Crofton Woods ES           15,478

Chesapeake S.P.              15,077

Severn River MS               14,390

Southern MS                     12,389

Davidsonville ES                12,240