Instead of Final Exams at Oyster River High School in New Hampshire, ninth graders were able to participate in The Power of One program, an opportunity to organize a variety of charitable efforts. One student, Ty Mountain, chose End 68 Hours of Hunger-Oyster River for his project. Ty organized a food drive and collected over 600 items for the food pantry. Programs like this have students making a meaningful connection to their community and the world around them. Amazing work Ty!