Food drive of spooky proportions
Breck School students participated in their largest food donation drive of the year throughout the week of Halloween, collecting more than 11,000 lbs of non-perishable food items for local non-profits. More than 630 students participated in all three divisions.
The students will bring the food to the Division of Indian Work and CEAP Food Shelf in Brooklyn Park. The Sheridan Story received more than 3,000 lbs of food earlier this week.
Breck Scares Hunger is an annual event where students collect non-perishable food items throughout the week of Halloween.
As part of her end-of-year science project, Sara Ali '27 wrote this article about habitat loss and our environment.
Learn more about the struggles of the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how Breck students are stepping in to provide vital resources and support to those impacted.
This year’s alumni Commencement speakers are Brittney (Faber) Oberrender and Will Oberrender, a married couple who graduated from Breck in 2009. They agreed to be interviewed for our Breck Bulletin alumni highlight in preparation for speaking to the Class of 2020.