Making a Difference
|Red Ribbon Week
S.A.D.D. and T.A.T.U. members make presentations to elementary school students encouraging them not to try drugs.
Teens Against Tobacco Use work in Fourth Grade
Future is Bright:
Fourth Grade & Fifth
Grade talk about not using drugs.
Fifth graders wrote essays which will be added below
First Grade students draw pictures of their future.
|Hat Day for
Students paid a fee to wear hats. The proceeds were given to the Red Cross to be used for Hurricane Victims.
|2nd Grader lend a
5th Graders helped the 1st Graders: Cupcake Bakers of all ages joined to create a treat for the Salvation Army.
Fifth and sixth grade student work at the St. Joseph's Community Food Pantry.
Students will be collecting additional food items for the Pantry during December.
Fourth and Fifth Grade students are proud to help the younger students at recess and in the cafeteria.
|Red Cross Blood
The Onekama High School National Honor Society sponsors an annual blood drive.
|Let's Give Drugs the "slip" on Slippers and Stuffed Animals Day... and on every other day too.||Highway Clean-up
Thanks for sharing....