Johnson Traditional Middle School

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Louisville Ky middle school’s generosity wins top dollars in grant money

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. The Johnson Traditional Middle School student team, led by teacher Stephanie Weatherholt, partnered with local Louisville community food pantry Dare to Care to help alleviate local hunger. The student team held two can drives stuffing close to 1,300 backpacks with more than 2,800 cans of food and on the day of their event, their teacher was in a car accident, but still encouraging the students to rally together to make her proud and surpass their…


Three Louisville Schools Awarded Thousands of Dollars In Grant Money

MCLEAN, Va., May 18, 2015 — Five student teams from middle and high schools around the country have won the third annual Lead2Feed World Hunger Leadership Challenge and will be awarded $25,000 each for their schools’ nonprofit of choice engaged in hunger relief, and $20,000 in technology products for their school.  Lead2Feed is the nation’s leading and fastest growing free service learning program which aims to solve world hunger by teaching leadership skills to students. Since its inception in 2012, nearly a million students in 3,500 schools and clubs participated across all 50 states donating more than 22,000 volunteer hours and…