Students worked during the first semester of school selling bracelets, keychains, toys, bird feeders and at basketball and football games to raise money for Jackson House, The Call of Garland and Hot Spring counties, The American Cancer Society and the Humane Society of Garland County. Students who worked during the first semester selling bracelets, raising $131 for Jackson House are, from left, Chloe Clark, Tammy Jones and Ella Pilkington.
Students who worked at football games, basketball games, held a 3-point shooting contest and painted faces to raise $265.25 for The Call of Garland and Hot Spring counties are, from left, Eden East, Faith Jones, Phil Ellis, Skylar Smedley and Lainey Mungle.
Students who made keychains, toys, and bird feeders out of recyclable items to sell, raising $132 for The American Cancer Society are, from left, John Carter, Hawkin Haakanson, Serethia Crawford, Peyon Richard, Emily Roark and Josie Driggers.
Students who made keychains and bracelets to sell to students during breaks, raising $150.75 for The Humane Society of Garland County are, from left, Lauren Cox, Shelby Wylie, Kinsleigh Sales, Ron Dejarnette, Kaitlyn Marinez and Summer Osborn.
School on 03/08/2020
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