This school year may look a little different, but that did not stop the RCDS P.E. Department and the Public Purpose initiative from teaming up to coordinate the annual Can-Do Food Drive benefiting the Carver Center Market in Port Chester. During P.E., Lower and Middle School students learned about the Carver Center and the need for providing accessible food for our community, grounding their actions to support the drive in a framework of social change. Lower Schoolers also kept up the annual Fun Run tradition, which usually kicks off the drive at Wildcat Weekend. Upper Schoolers led by Braden Bass ’23 and Tyler Moyer ’23 also participated enthusiastically in the school-wide drive. Over the course of a week, students, families, and employees dropped off their donations at bins located outdoors, and Coaches Smith, Haft, and Zimmerman delivered them to the Carver Center. Thank you to all who supported this purpose-driven fall tradition.