During the month of October, Amy Karpa’s fifth-hour Life Skills class at Fort Zumwalt South High has been working hard making and selling Boo Grams. They wanted to bring sweet surprises to their fellow students and staff and to raise money for their Participating in the Community Bank Project.

Y98 at Fort Zumwalt South High

The Wake Up with Bret & Julie crew visits with Amy Karpa’s fifth-hour Life Skills class at South High in mid-October. (Source: FZSD/Facebook)

Karpa and Y98’s morning radio show, The Wake Up with Bret & Julie, thought it would be great to surprise the class. The Y98 crew stopped by during lunch to donate and drop off a pumpkin to decorate the Boo Grams table. The simple gesture brought a lot of excitement to the students, who gave each of the Y98 crew a handmade, unique Boo Gram to take back to the radio station.

“This is our 10th year selling Boo Grams at South High,” Karpa said. “Plain and simple, it’s a real-life example of reaping the benefits of working hard. As a bonus, sometimes you can meet generous, famous radio people along the way.”