This year's current senior class has donated more food for the annual food drive than any other class in Buckley history!
They have been doing this since they were in sixth grade, and this year, they didn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic ruin their track record. Since they couldn’t collect the food physically, they collected money. They initially raised an incredible $2,500 for Valley Food Bank; however, in the past few weeks they continued to collect donations. We are so amazed and proud to say that this year’s class is donating $3,685 to the Valley Food Bank.
Thank you, seniors, for your outstanding thoughtfulness and generosity.
Student Vale R. created a website, Strings of Support (SOS), to provide happiness to senior citizens living in nursing homes during the pandemic, as they are especially impacted and isolated due to COVID-19.
At the outset of the coronavirus outbreak in early February, we interviewed Dr. Tyler Evans ’95, an infectious disease specialist working as Chief Medical Officer for the Santa Cruz County Health Service Agency.