Students donate $800 to the Sooke Food Bank.

Sooke students rally for Food Bank

Ecole Poirier elementary raises money for local charity

Student principal Zoe Zinkowski, holding cheque, presented the proceeds of Ecole Poirier’s Twoonie Tuesday to Sooke Harbourside Lioness’ Marie Medwedrich, left, and Rae Williamson. Zoe raised $100 for the Sooke Food Bank and her ticket was selected for Principal for the Day. On the right is Amy Huston who stands in as vice principal. The school raised $800 for the Sooke Food Bank on Twoonie Tuesday, representing $2 for each student.

As principal, Zoe has proclaimed a party, an extra recess and will be ensuring all students get out of the school for the annual fire drill. She also made the school announcements on Friday, June 21.

Principal Laurie Szadowski said it was easy for the students and staff to get on board a project like this. Part of the school’s mission statement is “Neighbours Working Together.”

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