Are you up for the challenge? Take the WCS Milk Challenge and help us provide essential technology to students.
Here’s how it works:
1. Post a video of you drinking a glass of milk on social media. Be sure to use the hashtag #WCSFeedOurCOWs.
2. In your video, challenge someone else to participate.
3. Make a minimum donation of $5 to the Feed Our COWs program. Make checks payable to WCS and put Feed Our COWs or INVEST NOW on the memo line or visit www.wcs.edu/invest-now to donate online.
COW stands for Computers on Wheels. One fully “fed” COW can provide over 200 students per day and over 1,000 students per week with essential technology in the classroom. Below you’ll find some of the Milk Challenge videos sent to us this week:
Dr. Looney, Rogers Anderson, Patti Carroll, Rick Wimberly, Dan Cash & Jay Galbreath
Megan Freemon – Chapman’s Retreat Student
Bobby Hullett – District 7 Board Member
Julie Sparrow – Edmondson Elementary Principal
Molly Dalgarn and Irene Stevenson – Scales Elementary Administrators
Chad Walker – Hunters Bend Elementary Principal
Steve Fisher – Bethesda Elementary Principal
Jane McGrath – WCS Parent and District 4 Board Member Candidate
Michelle Contich and Carol Cortez – Lipscomb Elementary Administrators
Sarah White – WCS Curriculum Specialist
Brentwood High Administrators
Hunters Bend PTO
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and City Administrator Eric Stuckey
Debbie Henry & Dr. Caroline Glyn Ervin