Beginning on Monday January 17Th, students will begin their Souper Bowl of Caring Food drive.
The initiative began 20 years ago at a football game and has become a national event.
It's supported by football players across the NFL and the students' teacher says it's a project that will benefit a lot of people.
"It is an endearing and heartfelt project because it benefits those homeless people and people who need at least one hot meal a day," said Karen Carson-Cook.
The Food collected will go to South Georgia's Second Harvest Food Bank.
The food drive will begin Monday and continue through Super Bowl Sunday.