To share their successful Classroom to Food Pantry Pipeline (CFPP) with Parkwood Baptist’s Hand to Hand Food Pantry, funded in part by the grant, Ragsdale put together a table display for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day event held on Monday, January 16th at Four Seasons Town Center Mall.
The final step of the Ragsdale High School CFPP pilot is complete with students growing, harvesting, and now delivering food to Renaissance Road Food Bank.
A Renaissance Road volunteer signs the Food Slip to confirm the delivery and the student returns the form to receive service hours.
On Wednesday, April 6th, ReBuildUp’s Food Bike program at Ragsdale High School was showcased in the High Point Enterprise. Held during Winter 2016, Food Bike had students grow food at home for cash prizes along with in class to help nearby Renaissance Church’s Food Bank. A nutritional card game was also played by students.
On Friday, March 18th, the top four teams in Ragsdale High School’s Game Design class competed in ReBuildUp’s PitchPocalypse business plan pitching contest to finish up the Winter 2016 Startup Program sponsored by Michael Robinson Accounting.
Congratulations to Drew for winning the PitchPocalypse business plan competition for his private game club concept.
The contest completes our after school pilot project featuring ReBuildUp’s Startup Program held from late October to mid-December 2015.
Special thanks to the program’s sponsor Greensboro Municipal Federal Credit Union.