Thank you, Dr. Rembos, for your generosity!
58 Doing Good
When the COVID-19 pandemic began affecting our community, Lori Niehaus felt compelled to make a difference, so she created a fundraising campaign called Feed the Front Line.
The Henry Puffer Student Council and PTA teamed up Dec. 10 to host their first ever Stocking Stuffing event to benefit Sharing Connections.
As part of their social studies curriculum, Henry Puffer third graders collected everyday household items to make H.O.P.E. (Helping Ordinary People Everyday) bags for people who may need extra help this holiday season.
All 450 O’Neill students wrote a personal letter to a local veteran on Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11.
She fought hard and defeated cancer. Now, Lester fourth grader Penelope wants to help educate other children and grown-ups on skin cancer prevention.
The Student Council invited students to wear their pajamas and to bring a small donation to school on Sept. 27.
Indian Trail and Kingsley’s first grade Daisy Troop 55732 used profits from this year’s Girl Scout cookie sales to purchase 25 books from Anderson’s Bookshop. They donated the books to their school libraries on Wednesday, June 5. Thank you, girls!
Hillcrest students raised $9,048 for Watts of Love, a nonprofit that provides lighting for Ugandan families!
Indian Trail fourth graders went on a field trip to Feed My Starving Children in Aurora, where they filled 185 boxes to feed 109 children around the world for a year.