Watson Chapel Junior High School students in Jason Scoggins's economics class and Mrs. Debill's and Mrs. Golden's art classes recently presented CASA Women's Shelter Director Karen Palmer with a candy jar filled with the $600 profit made from the classes' candy jar project.

Watson Chapel Junior High School students in Jason Scoggins’s economics class and Mrs. Debill’s and Mrs. Golden’s art classes recently presented CASA Women’s Shelter Director Karen Palmer with a candy jar filled with the $600 profit made from the classes’ candy jar project.

The classes developed an assembly-line process for designing and selling the jars. The project took a month and 75 jars were made. They chose to donate all their profits to CASA on Wednesday, May 15.