Along with helping children and families at Ronald McDonald House, the kids have been able to tap into their cooking talents and provide lunches that have ranged from Greek, Chinese, French to homemade soups. The club members have collectively earned over 200 community service hours for their tasty efforts!
by: Stacy Alexander Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
Reagan Quilty ‘19 was accepted to the Naval Academy Preparatory School in advance of her appointment to the United States Naval Academy. U.S. Naval Academy representative and Shorecrest alumni parent Steve Coppins recognized Reagan during a recent Upper School assembly. The Naval Academy is a family affair - with Reagan’s parents, Christopher and Karen, and brother Zachary all having attended the prestigious service academy.
Fourth grade Chargers participated in a service project through their art when they painted the fence in the Lealman Garden. This garden is one of three WunderFarms run by Ray Wunderlich, a Shorecrest alumnus. The students learned about the work he does to support the food-insecure residents in Pinellas County. WunderFarms donated TWO TONS of organic veggies last season to St. Petersburg Free Clinic, Daystar Life Center, Wesley Presbyterian Church, Refugees of Tampa Bay, and Ronald McDonald House.