Hess School in Mays Landing where she reads the book "Who Loves Fall? Hess School in Mays Landing where she spends time with pre-kindergarten classes. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Mackenzie Wimbish, front center, pre-kindergarten student at George L.

Hess School in Mays Landing, asks Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, back center, a question. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, middle visits the George L.

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It was so special and such a miracle to be in that state that day and be able to visit the family at the hospital to meet their newborn baby girl.”Molly and Jay Scheidt welcomed their first baby in December in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

As a lifelong Miss America fan, Molly had tuned in to watch Shields win the crown in September and chose the name, Savvy Scheidt — giving both Savvys the same initials.

Hess School in Mays Landing where she spends time with pre-kindergarten classes. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, left, visits the George L. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, left, visits the George L.

Hess School in Mays Landing where she reads the book "Who Loves Fall? Hess School in Mays Landing where she spends time with pre-kindergarten classes. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, center, visits the George L. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, visits the George L. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, center, visits the George L.

Hess School in Mays Landing where she meets the principal, Melanie Lamanteer, middle, and interacts with Alana Jonuzzi, right, 3, who is deaf. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, left, visits the George L.

Hess School in Mays Landing where she meets and interacts with Alana Jonuzzi, right, 3, who is deaf. (Viviana Pernot/ Staff Photographer)Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields, left, visits the George L.

Hess Educational Complex in Mays Landing and Atlantic City’s Pennsylvania Avenue School where she brought the idea behind her platform to a level that made sense for students, telling them to focus on adding the colors of the rainbow such as green, red and orange to their plates.

Shields also made the rounds at the Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association Gala in Atlantic City.

Each year, the Miss America Organization asks schools to collects cans and nonperishable food items to be donated to a local food pantry.