With humble gratitude, the junior class attended three days of justice education this week at the St. Anthony’s Foundation in the San Francisco Tenderloin. It was insightful, eye-opening, and a whole lot of fun!

Students delivered meals to home bound clients, served, cleaned, and chopped hot food to eat in the dining hall, sang, danced, and got beat in board games by the elderly and prepared clothing to be given out the following day in the St. Anthony’s free clothing store.

Twenty one parents were also involved serving for the day in addition to driving students back and forth. Thank you to them for being available to help.

If you see an SV junior student, take a minute to ask him/her about their experiences. The stories are full of hope.