The results are in...

The results are in...

The results are in...

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by KING 5

KING5.com

Posted on June 8, 2012 at 5:07 PM

Updated Friday, Oct 11 at 11:22 PM

Congratulations Chain Lake Elementary! Each student will receive two passes to Absolute Air Park!

It's official, this year's Summer Hunger Challenge was a huge success. This year, KING 5 brought the Summer Hunger Challenge to schools, and boy did they deliver. Thanks to the 16 schools that participated, we collected a whopping 72,132 meals! Here's a breakdown of all the participating schools. The winner was determined on a per capita basis (total Number of Meals/Number of Students). 

1.Chain Lake Elementary – 4475 lbs, $2,608, 15,296 meals, 27.31 meals per student
2.St. Joseph School – 4617 lbs, $723, 6,837 meals, 11.12 meals per student
3.Mountain View Middle School – 4984 lbs, $499, 6,103 meals, 9.6 meals per student
4.Edmonds Woodway High School – 75 lbs, $1586.36, 7,267 meals, 4.4 meals per student
5.Anacortes Middle School – 1440 lbs, 1,107 meals, 2.57 meals per student
6.Salem Woods Elementary – 1400 lbs, 1,077 meals, 2.45 meals per student
7.Gateway Middle School – 1132 lbs, 870 meals, 1.34 meals per student
8.Bothell High School – 8671 lbs, $401.00, 6,757 meals, .78 meals per student
9.Fryelands Elementary School -- 460 lbs, 354 meals .67 meals per student
10.Ballard High School -- 1402 lbs, 1,078 meals, .67 meals per student
11.Frank Wagner Elementary School -- 265 lbs, 204 meals, .36 meals per student
12.Forest View Elementary School -- 250 lbs, 192 meals, .35 meals per student
13.John Sedgwick Junior High School -- 312 lbs, 240 meals, .33 meals per student
14.Harbour Pointe Middle School -- 250 lbs, 192 meals, .22 meals per student
15.Olympic View Middle School -- 219 lbs, 168 meals, .21 meals per student
16.Meadowdale High School -- 150 lbs, 115 meals, .07 meals per student
 
KING 5 would like to thank all of the participants in this year's Summer Hunger Challenge. Our partners at Northwest Harvest, Sterling Savings, and the Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters each made huge contributions to the success of this campaign. Most of all, we'd like to thank all of the students and schools that rallied for this worthy cause. Thanks to them, students across the state will be fed this summer.

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