More than 220 pounds of food has been distributed to more than a dozen needy families since March 12, and a new pantry is stocked to help more. The Lewis & Clark Teen Pantry is the brainchild of eighth-graders Paloma and Sophia Whitaker.
Three eighth-graders from Saint Francis Upper School in Billings are working to help children less fortunate than they are to enjoy the simple pleasure of skiing down a mountain or riding a horse.
Four degrees. I trudged through several inches of slippery snow on Lewis Avenue toward my Thursday morning appointment in the principal’s office. A young man sporting black shorts strode through the middle school doors behind me.
Wednesday was already an especially busy day for Mary Enright – even before she was surprised with a Golden Apple Award.
When Alex Moore was selected for the Two Roads Project in November, she knew just what community service project she wanted to offer her community.
Lewis and Clark Middle School teacher Jamie Jarvis puts trust, time and money on the line to show community-minded eighth-graders that they can make a difference.
Lewis and Clark Middle School social studies teacher Jamie Jarvis, center, sits with student council members involved in the "Two Roads" project, from left, Lucas Opitz, Hunter Van Vleet, Isabella Whitworth, Madi Rose, Mariah Welch, Allison Bofto and Jeanann Lemelin.
Lewis and Clark Middle School student Isabella Whitworth talks about her service project, which involved buying furnishings for the YWCA's Gateway House.
Lewis and Clark Middle School social studies teacher Jamie Jarvis said he feels fortunate to be teaching seventh- and eighth-graders.