In the month of November, students, their families and the staff at the Renaissance Charter School at Wellington began a community service project to benefit a pressing need in the community. The school’s food drive produced an incredible 1,174 non-perishable food items. Deputies from the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office came to the school to pick up the food donations and assured the students that they would be delivered to those in need. The food drive was a great way for the school family to celebrate Thanksgiving by helping those who are less fortunate. This life lesson truly affected the students and will hopefully cause the effort to become an annual event.