A school in Owings Mills is getting national recognition for its efforts to end world hunger.
The Harbour School received a $25,000 check to donate to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland after winning a nationwide contest.
In April we showed you projects students and teachers had been doing to address hunger both nationally and globally.
The executive director of the school says the win is huge for students.
All of the students are disabled... Many have grown up always hearing what they can't do.
The money comes from "Lead to Feed" - a free program schools can use to incorporate lesson plans about solving world hunger into their curriculum.