SDHS Recognized by State for Outstanding Contributions to Kids Program

Stephen Decatur High School was recognized by the Maryland State Department of Education in May for its outstanding contributions in the Kids Helping Kids Program. Decatur placed second in the state for total pounds collected during its annual food drive, collecting over 7,000 pounds in one week. Pictured, from left, are Principal Lou Taylor, State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick, senior Amanda Pfaff, Harvest for the Hungry founder Larry Adam, senior Caitlin Bowman, Student Government Association Advisor Brian Phillips and winning teacher Mary Berquist.

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