Souper Bowl of Caring
MFISD Students Collect Cans for Community

Ask MFHS Statistics Teacher, Jacob Taylor, what the probability would be that his classes would win the Key Club’s Souper Bowl of Caring canned food collection contest, and he’d tell you, 100 percent! 

“Leading up to spring break, we challenged teachers at MFHS to have their classes collect canned food for our Key Club Drive benefitting the Helping Center,” said Key Club President, Holly Atkinson.  “Mr. Taylor’s students dominated the contest by collecting over 1,000 cans!”

The Key Club is a student service leadership program sponsored by the Marble Falls Kiwanis members.  The Key Club promotes community service opportunities, leadership events, and scholarships for MFISD students.  Clayton Patterson, the MFHS Key Club sponsor, reports that this is the second year the MFHS Key Club has participated in the food collection public service program.

“We collected a total of 1,800 cans, estimated at $2,000 worth of food,” said Atkins.  “We were happy to give back, since our community does so much for our schools.  We started the food drive when I was a Freshman, and we’re looking forward to it continuing as a Marble Falls High School tradition.”

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