The votes are in—read who won the 2016 Holiday Spoons Contest!
Mrs. Siviski's class received 53 votes, earning them the title of class with the best decorated Holiday Spoons! As part of the Holiday Spoons Contest, students took ordinary wooden spoons and transformed them into works of art. Students then sold their spoons and donated the profits toward Project Bread's efforts to fight hunger throughout the Commonwealth.
This is the 16th year Jordan’s Furniture has teamed up with Project Bread to sponsor the Holiday Spoons Project. Jordan’s has generously matched all donations from the Holiday Spoons Project up to $10,000, in addition to donating 100 tickets to the Jordan’s Furniture IMAX Theatre to the winning class! So far this year, the fundraiser has brought in nearly $13,000 and the High Plain students helped contribute to that total! Project Bread would like to thank all classes who participated in the Holiday Spoons Project, and helped fight food insecurity in Massachusetts. Thank you to the following groups, all of which did an amazing job:
Temple Beth David- Grade 3, McCarthy-Towne School, John Silber Early Learning Center, Underwood After School Program, High Plain Elementary School (Ms. Siviski's Class & their 2nd grade helpers), Qualters Middle School- Navy Team, and Shawsheen CARES.