Homecoming food drive results announced on Sept. 25

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After a week-long drive, food donations determine points to be added to each class’ overall homecoming score.

Anjali Bhat

After a week-long drive, food donations determine points to be added to each class’ overall homecoming score.

After a week-long drive, food donations determine points to be added to each class’ overall homecoming score.
After a week-long drive, food donations determine points to be added to each class’ overall homecoming score.

 

The annual Homecoming food drive collects donations for the non-profit Second Harvest Food Bank and allows students to earn points for their respective classes. The class that supplies the most boxes or cans of food is awarded 20 points, and remaining classes are awarded points in proportion. For example, if a class received 20 points for 500 cans, a class that donated 300 cans would receive 16 points. However, when these collections of points are translated to the overall score, a class receives between one and five points.

The overall results for the Homecoming 2013 food drive are as follows:

First place: Class of 2014 and 2015, with five points each
Second place: Class of 2016, with four points
Fourth place: Class 2017, with one point

The food drive points for each class add to 5% of their total homecoming score.

ASB will announce the overall winning class at the Homecoming football game against Fremont High School on Friday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m.