Students at Yardville Heights School participated in the annual “Soup for Superbowl” soup drive. Cans were collected during the week leading up to Superbowl Sunday. The students in third, fourth and fifth grade participated in a contest for the best display of soup cans. The fourth graders won with their cans spelling out “Bro vs. Bro” with a football in the middle. The soup cans were then donated to residents of Project Freedom, a non-profit housing agency with a mission to promote independent living for people with disabilities.
Principal Hidalgo poses with the winning display by Yardville Heights School fourth graders Carmela Rubino, Anton Landgraf, Elizabeth Schaeffer and Anthony Dickinson.
Fifth graders Josh Romero, Arianna Venceller, Isabella Charbonneau and Selina Torres with their display.
Third graders Krystyana Gauthier, Maya Morales, Andrew Gierman and Andrew Reiman with their display.