Today Thompson’s Service Project Leadership Team went on a field trip to Feed My Starving Children in Libertyville, Illinois. Students worked one two hour shift and packed food for International Care Ministries in the Philippines. Thompson Students packed 80 boxes of food which equals 17, 280 meals! Way to go Tigers!
This trimester the 5th and 6th grade leadership service project is for Feed My Starving Children. FMSC is committed to feed starving children all around the world.
Students are raising money to donate to this charity. From February 5th – 15th, you can purchase a candy gram (Tootsie Pop) for $1.00 and send a special not to your children and friends.
5th and 6th grade Service Learners will be going on a field trip to FMSC in Libertyville on Tuesday, February 13th. Students wll work the 9:30 – 11:30 am shift and help prepare meals for hungry children.
How can you help? Tuesday, March 6, 2018, come work the 6:00 – 7:30 pm shift at Feed My Starving Children in Libertyville and represent Thompson School! There are only 100 spots available…so sign up now using the following link:
Our very own Donna Coia, Thompson School physical education teacher, has been featured in the Daily Herald!
Link to article and video: http://www.dailyherald.com/news/20180108/lake-villa-pe-teacher-focuses-on-positivity
A special thank you to all of the students and families who participated in the American Red Cross coin drive to help out the victims of the recent hurricanes! We are so proud of our student leaders and their hard work with this event!
Our student leaders have worked hard to organize a coin drive and ‘super hero’ bracelet and eraser sale all to benefit the victims of the recent hurricanes!
Kuddos to all of our students who put great thought & effort into this event as well as responding to the immediate needs of others!
Donations will be collected starting September 25th and ending on October 31st!