Louisville, Ky., – Johnson Traditional Middle School was one of five schools nationwide awarded $5,000 in technology products as a recipient of the Lead2Feed Challenge Early Entry Drawing.
Since its inception three years ago, more than one million middle and high school students from 3,500 schools and clubs across all 50 states have participated in Lead2Feed. Teachers/Advisors can register their student teams for the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program and enter the Lead2Feed Challenge online at www.lead2feed.org for the opportunity to win over $275,000 in charity grants and $170,000 in technology grants for schools and clubs. The deadline for the next Early Entry Awards Drawing is March 11, 2016.
“The Lead2Feed Challenge provides educators with a free turnkey service-learning experience and empowers students to be leaders making a difference in their community and around the globe,” said Diane Barrett, Executive Director of the Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning, Inc. “The twice a year Lead2Feed Early Entry Drawings add value and provide another reason for educators and students to get involved.”