New Horizons High School opens up food pantry to Columbia Basin College students
PASCO, Wash. —
Going to college can be tough on the wallet, especially for students struggling to find the money to pay for food.
Now Columbia Basin College students can get some help thanks to New Horizons High School’s Phoenix Pantry.
New Horizons opened up their food pantry to CBC students last week. Second Harvest helps stock the pantry.
Teacher Jacqueline Brewster says at least 19 students have signed up so far.
She says it's good to give back to CBC students since there's been a partnership between the two schools.
"CBC has been great with working with us to be able to offer different things to our students and this is one way that we can kind of reciprocate and still help take care of their students as well because we would really like to have a seamless transition from a Phoenix to a Hawk."
Students interested can visit the Resource Center, Residence Life, the Workforce Education Center, Transitional Studies, Recreation & Activities or at ASCBC/Student Activities to get a referral slip.