The school is now serving an average of 250 after-school snacks per day, helping high school students who participate in after-school enrichment programs. More than half of Goshen High School’s students participate in the free or reduced price meals program, and Ms. Dellinger realized that for some of the children their only meals are at school. The healthy after-school snack helps bridge that gap.
Follow the link to read the full Goshen News article by Mr. Kline and learn more about Ms. Dellinger and her commitment to the well being of Goshen Community School’s students. The program is a tremendous success so far and Ms. Dellinger is delighted that she’s helping make a difference.
This post was created thanks to a collaboration with Lori Martin, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent/PR, Goshen Community Schools.
Indiana’s urban schools are places where people make a difference. People like Shannon Dellinger who go above and beyond to help ensure that students get what they need to be successful. Thank you The Goshen News for featuring Ms. Dellinger and her story of success.