Giving Back

Students 'Fill the Bus' for Hurricane Victims

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District participated in Fill the Bus!, an initiative to help the victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and several students volunteered to help load the bus with lots of donations.

The state-wide effort is New Jersey’s way of giving back after all that was done during Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Helping to load the bus from Bridgewater-Raritan High School Sept. 18 were 12th grader Kelsey Kaplowitz, 12th grader Misha Amin, 12th grader Halanna Yuh, 12th grader Amy Eisenstein, 12th grader Rebekah Hobbs, 12th grader Hannah Roberts, 12th grader Maddy Lee, 12th grader Bradley Boxer, 12th grader Wendy Boxer, 11th grader Jonah Schneiderman, 10th grader Nicholas Schueler, 10th grader Jason Pasquale and 10th grader Will Busler.

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