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Science and Eco Club installs a Foodshare Table a American


AHS introduces the food share program to FUSD

Guest post by Aleesha Kashif, Staff Writer Eagle Era. Republished from Eagle Era

One in five residents of Alameda County are dependent on the Alameda County Community food bank to fulfill their hunger. Approximately two out of every three of these residents are needy children and seniors. Meanwhile, countless edible food is thrown away everyday by our county’s students.

Recognizing this dilemma, a group of teachers have collaborated with the Science and Eco club to reduce American High’s contribution to this predicament.

Continue reading this article on American High School's student newspaper linked here to learn how they set up their system.

Student volunteer Reha Jandu serves the food share program by directing people to the right bin for the assortment of their leftover food components for nature's benefit.Student volunteer Reha Jandu serves the food share program by directing people to the right bin for the assortment of their leftover food components for nature's benefit.