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Rockville High School Hosts “Souper Bowl of Caring” to Benefit Cornerstone

Updated: Apr 2

The Student Council, Peer Advocates and Student Athlete Leadership Team at Rockville High School are sponsoring the "Souper Bowl of Caring" to benefit Cornerstone from January 31 to February 10.

The students will be collecting canned food and monetary donations before school this week and next week before school and during the lunch waves.

All students at Rockville High School are encouraged to participate and have an opportunity to win prizes based on a Super Bowl theme.

The students created a flyer for the drive and have a football themed bulletin board showing the donation progress.

About Rockville High School

Rockville High School is a public secondary school located in Vernon, Connecticut. The school also serves as a vocational agriculture school for the region. The school was established in 1870 and its current building was built in 1958.

About Souper Bowl for Caring

“Souper Bowl of Caring” is a youth-inspired initiative to raise funds for local charities that coincides with the Super Bowl every year. Groups can run a food drive, raise cash donations in soup pots or any number of ideas to benefit their local charity. The group then registers with to become part of the Souper Bowl of Caring team! They offer tons of resources to help plan and promote your fundraiser.

Alexis Carmicheal

Communications Director

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