This week, two eighth-grade leadership groups hosted another Carline Bake/Treat Sale. The Student Council sold treats along the carline path and helped to distribute junior-high materialsfor pick-up. In addition, the 8th Grade Girls Leadership Council hosted a bake sale to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, whose mission is “to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world’s most promising research” (bcrf.org). Click to read full blog post
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“In the greater community, High Point has become well known for having one of the most effective and successful CRL programs,” says Stern. It is recognized that the faculty, along with the administration, contributed to that conclusion.
The turn-out for the the Kona Ice Drive-Thru was amazing. It was a win-win for us all. The Student Council raised nearly $200!
For the first time ever, the Student Council hosted a Carline “Bake Sale,” which included cookies, drinks, treats, and Eagle Spirit gear. All the drinks/treats were $1, and Eagle Spirit gear was regular price. Seventh and eighth graders came out in droves to support the Student Council and see their friends from the safety of their cars (with masks, of course).
FROM NOW ON, LIBRARY BOOKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP ON MONDAY AFTERNOONS, FROM 12-3pm on a cart parked outside the office.
Her six word memoir was published in the New York Times!
Looking for something to do after school? Check out this helpful page which can be found in the PARENT portal.
Blog post from Colleen Zeiss about teachers helping teachers!
Discover how High Point students continued to engage in their community from home! New blog post by Norma Richman.