Schedule for annual food drive: Get involved

The annual Northeast Iowa food drive began Oct. 3, and will go until Nov. 13. This year the Northeast Iowa Food Bank along with the high school has decided to switch it up. Instead of going to buy cans, the sum is no longer totaled in pounds, but in meals. For example, one can equates to one meal, and $1 equates to four meals. This means this year students are encouraged to not only donate food, but money as well. There are collection boxes in each third hour classroom. Each department will compete for the most meals collected for a grand prize reward. Release students will be placed with different departments third hours. The overall goal for the school is 35,000 meals. 

 Oct. 2

Food Drive 


Four students attended the annual Northeast Iowa Food Bank kickoff at the Waterloo Food Bank to represent CF in a head to head competition against surrounding schools for a $100 head start in the competition.The students came out on top in trivia and various challenges winning Cedar Falls the money for a great start to the 2017 food drive.

Fridays in October

Bake Sale

Each leadership group will take turns hosting bake sales in the Tiger’s Den before school every Friday in October. Each item is only $1, and all proceeds go to the food drive.

Friday, Oct. 13 and 20

Football Games

Money will be collected at the southwest entrance to go toward the school food drive.

Oct. 16-20

Spirit Week at Chick-Fil-A

For the week of October 16-20, Chick-Fil-A in Waterloo will be decorated in CF colors. A portion of the proceeds that week will go to help benefit CF in the food drive. Waterloo high schools will also have a week, and the school with the most proceeds will receive a reward.

Oct. 16 Choir Concert

Oct. 17 Orchestra Concert

There will be a collection at the door for both concerts for any money donations or food.

Oct. 23



Volleyball players get a team together for each grade and compete against each other along with teachers for the winning title of powderpuff volleyball champion. Keep eyes on Schoology for the sign up link. Admission is $5 or two jars of peanut butter.

Oct. 24

 Volleyball game

Money collection at the entrance of volleyball game. Food and money donations accepted.

Oct. 29

Trunk-or-Treat 1-3 p.m. South teachers’ lot

Third hour classes will compete to come up with a fun design for the trunks of cars as they dress up and hand out candy to kids. The trunks will be judged, and the winner will receive 70 percent of the proceeds for their department.

Getting Canned

Keep eyes out for a toilet in your lawn. Recipients will receive a toilet full of canned food in their yard, and the only way to remove it is to make a donation. The recipient then gets to choose the next victim.

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