Stuco Scoop: November 2013

By Jill Drummy and Andrea Bilton

YES WE CAN: As the holiday season quickly approaches, what’s better than the chance to give to someone in need? Several events are going on right now through student council and other school-sponsored groups. From student council, there is the canned food drive and the soap & towel drive which are both great to contribute to. For the canned food drive, any non-perishable food items are accepted, such as canned soup, pasta, and rice. Even one item is much appreciated and can really benefit those who are in need. The soap & towel drive accepts any toiletries, like deodorant, toothpaste, and sheets! Any contribution no matter the size is appreciated. Even one item brought in can brighten the life during this holiday season! Donations can be brought to the office.

GIVING IS BETTER THAN RECEIVING: Everyone loves to feel like they’ve brought joy to somebody in need. In addition to the can drive, this year HHS student council is doing their annual giving tree. There will be a tree in the main office hung with plastic ornaments, and any student can take an ornament from the tree. Written on each one is a suggested gift to donate to a family in need, so this Christmas, all families can feel loved and cherished for the season! Donations will start up soon, so keep your eye out for the giving tree! Maybe you can become somebody’s Christmas miracle this year!

FULL HOUSE AT THE OPEN HOUSE: At the eighth grade open house this year, on November 19, the school was packed not only with incoming freshmen, but with representatives from sports teams and clubs all over the school. Student council members were willing as always to give tours to students and their parents, and also sell baked goods to those willing to donate. It as a successful night, filled with music compliments of HHS’s jazz band and the great company of fellow high school students.

AUCTION EXCITEMENT: The student council sophomores, Class of 2016, have begun collecting items for their scheduled Spring Auction. If you or anyone else possibly have ideas for items you would be willing to donate, contact

POWDERPUFF: At 4:30 on Tuesday, November 26, Junior girls will face off against the Senior girls in the always-epic battle of football. Don’t miss out- find out which grade will prevail! Tickets will be sold 5$ a car so make sure you carpool!

SEMASC: To all Student council members attending the SEMASC field trip this Friday: we will be leaving the high school around 7:15 am. Don’t be late!

Stay tuned for more to come!

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