Food Brings Hope recently honored approximately 75 students in the FBHonors program at a banquet held in the Mori Hosseini Center at Daytona State College. The program’s curriculum focuses on STEM education and high achieving students in our FBH schools. The students in this program are encouraged to think creatively, analytically, and use the skills provided to them to continue their education.
FBHonors meets multiple times a week after school. Students are selected based on their academic promise and their desire to commit to its rigor. The goal of the FBHonors initiative is to cultivate the talents of high achieving students, in small class settings, through rigorous, enhanced opportunities designed to navigate them through high school, help them enroll in college, and, in doing so, lead them on a path to success.
At the FBHonors Banquet the students were honored, for their hard work and dedication, with a tablet for elementary school students and a laptop for middle school students. Food Brings Hope also celebrated Citizenship Award recipients by awarding them with a $50.00 American Express Gift Card.
Food Brings Hope recognized their May Volunteer of the Month, Mary Bruno, for her time and effort dedicated to Food Brings Hope events and recognized Westside Elementary as the FBHonors Program of The Year for always going the extra mile and expecting the best from their FBHonors students.