Southern Columbia's students and staff purchased t-shirts designed by Tori Romania, Class of 2019, which were worn on Mental Health Awareness Day. All proceeds from the sale of the shirts were donated to the McDowell Institute at Bloomsburg University. The Institute provides low cost mental health and suicide prevention training and education to our local communities and schools. 

Mental Health Awareness Day was observed on May 9th in many schools throughout Columbia, Northumberland, Montour, Snyder and Union counties. On June 5th, SCA's students and staff presented a $1,000 donation to the McDowell Institute made possible through the School District's fundraising efforts. Pictured are Carter Spotts, Emma Rosko, CMSU/SCA Prevention Specialist Sarah Dobeck, and Tori Romania.




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