Dade County High School students came up with a senior project that is helping people in need.
They launched a food drive to help the Tri-State Food Pantry in the county.
Matt High is their teacher.
"6 weeks ago I started talking to them, and we were kind of discussing about having social responsibility. You know I encourage them and said you know I think it would be great if maybe you just decided to do something for the community to give back as a senior project. And they had the idea to do a food drive."
Students put boxes to collect food in all the classrooms.
They then drove their donations to the Food Pantry to help those in need.