Kempsville Middle, Woodstock and Hermitage Elementary schools win box top contest

Representatives from General Mills, Simon Eng and Rod Hesson, visited Kempsville Middle School to present a check for $2,000.  The school won the General Mills box top contest by partnering with Oceana Naval Commissary to decorate the collection bin and assist with box tops collections.

Receiving the award from Simon Eng (left) are students (l to r) Kodi Masisak, Andrew Duplain, Brandon Eng and Doug Flora. In the back row are Dr. Patti Jenkins, principal, Rod Hesson, and Lisa Masisak, student activities director.

Receiving the award from Simon Eng (left) are students (l to r) Kodi Masisak, Andrew Duplain, Brandon Eng and Doug Flora. In the back row are Dr. Patti Jenkins, principal, Rod Hesson, and Lisa Masisak, student activities director.

“This was an incredible opportunity for students, staff, and community to work together for the benefit of the school,” said principal Patti Jenkins. “A $2,000 check is going to go a long way in garnering valuable resources for our students.”

And, that’s not all. Eng also stopped by Hermitage and Woodstock Elementary schools to drop off a check for 20,000 box tops, which, again, translates to $2,000 for each school.

At Woodstock Elementary, Erin Flora, SCA treasurer, Brandi Ziemba, PTA president, Brandon Lugo, assistant principal and Amy Hedrick, principal,  and Ryan Eng, SCA representative, receive their school's check from Simon Eng, commissary representataive for General Mills.

At Woodstock Elementary, Erin Flora, SCA treasurer, Brandi Ziemba, PTA president, Brandon Lugo, assistant principal and Amy Hedrick, principal, and Ryan Eng, SCA representative, receive their school’s check from Simon Eng, commissary representataive for General Mills.

Simon Eng, a representative for General Mills, presented the award check to the Hermitage PTA Box Tops for Education coordinator Dave Risden and Hermitage principal Holly Coggin.

Simon Eng, a representative for General Mills, presented the award check to the Hermitage PTA Box Tops for Education coordinator Dave Risden and Hermitage principal Holly Coggin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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