HS team serves meal at Ronald McDonald House

Teachers, students and administrators began a tradition by helping those going through a difficult time
Posted on 01/10/2020
This is the image for the news article titled Teachers, students and administrators began a tradition by helping those going through a difficult timeSchool Resource Officer Bob Lee, Quakertown Community High School administrators, teachers and students spent a day at the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia, making a difference in the lives of families whose children are battling cancer.

The QCHS team donated their own money for supplies and prepared meals. Youngsters enjoyed chicken nuggets and mac and cheese while adults chose from pork loin with cranberries or chicken breast with beets, broccoli, and salad.

Thank you letter from Ronald McDonald House.

Thank you photo from sponsored family.
 
"You can see that the parents are tired and stressed and happy to sit down for a nice meal. It's a blessing for them," said Officer Lee, who organized the event. "It's a humbling experience. Every one of us loved it and wants to make it a tradition."

The group of givers included Officer Lee, Principal Mattias van’t Hoenderdaal, assistant principals Adam Dinney, Jennifer Carolla, Jason Magditch and administrative intern Juan Soto. Teachers included George Banas, Laurie Christine, Lori Litchman, Chris Polk and school psychologist Courtney Artau. The students attending were Melanie Ficarra, Shelby Lanyon and Pearlyn Young.
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