DuBourg puts new twist in food drive

Rebecca Venegoni Tower
Don't worry about Kirk Boschert, the president of Bishop DuBourg High School in South St. Louis. When the students and faculty said they were going to "can the president," they weren't threatening his job. Instead, the students piled up 5,000 canned food items — collected during a Lenten drive for two local food pantries — in Boschert's office, blocking the entrance. It was a humorous take on a very serious problem, hunger. The DuBourg students, led by their student council, have been working hard to help people close to home get enough to eat.

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