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Evan Kasbohm grabs a can of soup off the shelves, this can will be donated to the Bucs Care Food Pantry.

Swim team gives back

Megan Voorhees, Photo Editor February 10, 2022

The boys Swim and Dive team is teaming up with the Bucs Care food pantry for a food drive. There will be a donation box at their meet on Thursday, Feb. 10. Nonperishable food items and money will be accepted...

Bucs Care Food Pantry members Dolan Smits, Megan Voorhees and Johanna Weigle take inventory on the non-perishable goods in the food pantry.

BALC kick starts food drive competition

Sarah Mayer, News Editor January 27, 2022

The Buccaneer Athletic Leadership Committee has started a food drive competition between all winter sports teams. Each team will work to collect the most non-perishable goods for the school food pantry.  The...

Student volunteers from Bucs Care work hard in order to provide food for peers.

Bucs Care Food Pantry works to provide food for students in need

Sydney Kroll, Reporter September 29, 2021

Bucs Care is a school-run nonprofit organization that works hard to help students and their families have an adequate amount of food each week. Student volunteers help anonymous peers by packing groceries,...

PANTRY: Walls are filled with different items that have been donated to the Bucs Care Food Pantry.

Food pantry continues to support families in GH

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor October 23, 2020

The Bucs' Care Food Pantry is for high school students and their families. There’s no paperwork except for a Google Form for students and families to fill out so the student committee can find out their...

Science teacher Katy Walters conferences with parents. Teachers were dispersed throughout the gym.

Parent-teacher conferences were a success

Grace Montgomery, Editor In Chief October 29, 2019

Parent-teacher conferences were held from 2:15-2:45 p.m. and 5:30-8:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 24. During these time slots, invited juniors and seniors received academic letters and pins in the performing...

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