High School Students Donate Bread to Local Kitchen

Londonderry High School’s Foods II classes, taught by Mrs. Gonyea, recently gave back to their community by donating home-made bread to the Sonshine Soup Kitchen.

Bread provide to the Sonshine Soup Kitchen, photo by Sydney Countie

Bringing along ingredients for home-made bread, a representative from the King Arthur flour company visited the LHS Foods classes last year.  Each participating student learned how to prepare and bake the loaves from scratch, and each made two loaves. On June fourth, the students carried on the tradition.  They were each able to take one loaf of bread home.

The remaining loaves of bread were donated to the Sonshine Soup Kitchen, giving the students the opportunity to not only learn a valuable skill of bread making, but also to give back to the community.

Students in the Clothing Construction class are also in the process of making quilts to donate to a shelter in Manchester, New Hampshire.

This story was written by Sydney Countie a 11th grade Journalism student at the Londonderry High School.


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