Georgia Bulletin

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Education
Photo By Michael Alexander
(Counter-clockwise, from foreground right) St. Pius X High School freshman theology teacher Andrew Pudysz labels the meal bags as the four-person packing team of Ashley Myles, Kittana Wagner, Emily Nguyen (not visible) and Claire Trainor pour in the food items. By the end of the school day, March 3, students and teachers had packaged 35,000 meals for the nonprofit Rise Against Hunger (formerly Stop Hunger Now).

Atlanta

St. Pius X students join together to fight hunger

ATLANTA—St. Pius X High School has a service requirement asked of each student, a program the school calls the Works of Mercy. Each year, every student must complete at least five service projects, three of which need to be corporal works of mercy as given by Christ in Matthew 25. Typically, service opportunities are offered […] Full Story