QC Student Hunger Drive a Huge Success

Through the Student Hunger Drive, students rally around a significant community need – hunger – as they plan and execute their own food drives over a six-week period. The emphasis is on nutritional food and the students set their goals and work hard to exceed them, while enjoying a friendly competition with other area high schools.Students also learn about volunteerism through this hands-on experience.

This year, students from 17 area high schools joined at River Bend Foodbank to celebrate their accomplishments over the past 6 weeks. This year, students provided 624,019 meals to help feed the hungry in eastern Iowa and western Illinois.

2018 Student Hunger Drive award winners:

• Most Pounds Collected

     o Davenport West High School

• Division A (enrollment 1251+)

     o 1st Place: Pleasant Valley High Schoolo 

        2nd Place: Davenport West High Schoolo 

Most Improved: Rock Island High School

• Division B (enrollment 300-1250)

     o 1st Place: Alleman High Schoolo 

        2nd Place: Assumption High Schoolo 

Most Improved: North Scott High School

• Division C (enrollment 25-299)

     o 1st Place: Rivermont Collegiate

     o 2nd Place: Morning Star Academy

     o Most Improved: Thurgood Marshall Learning Center

• Mission Challenge Winner

     o Bettendorf High School

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