Last night we had a record-breaking night at Marco’s and raised over $940 for Le Bonheur (our previous record was $746). We thank everyone who came out and participated. This is making such a huge difference in so many lives.
Last week the Science NationalHonor Society hosted a fundraiser at Marco's Pizza benefiting Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. It was a huge success and raised around $750 in that night alone. Between last week, the ongoing fundraisers on campus, and upcoming events, we are on track to make this year the biggest we've had yet.
We would love to have you be a part of this amazing opportunity to help parents and children facing difficult times. Keep an eye out for next quarter's Spirit Night dates. You can also send donations to Mrs. Kiesel. Email her for details.
Join the Germantown High Chapter of the Science National Honor Society as they raise money for Le Bonheur. All purchases from Marco's in Germantown made between 4:00 and 8:00 PM on Wednesday 27 Sept will benefit Le Bonheur.
To date, SNHS has raised about $14,000 for Le Bonheur and looks forward to continuing the trend this year.
The Germantown High chapter of the Science National Honor Society is hosting it's final spirit night of the school year today from 4-8. You must purchase a meal of at least $5 for a 5 point bonus to participating teacher's classes. 20% of the proceeds at Pimentos will go to Le Bonheur.
The Wolf River Conservancy hosted it's 12th annual tree planting this past Saturday, with sponsors ranging from FedEx and International Paper, the gold level sponsors Brother International and Crawford-Howard Private Foundation, and bronze level sponsors Indian Community Fund for Greater Memphis, The Memphis Garden Club and The Little Garden Club. Announcements were made and a planting demonstration was given to ensure that the plants were planted correctly. Coffee, water, snacks and pizza were given free of charge for those volunteers, thanks to the Wolf River Conservancy.
Over 250 people including many Germantown High School students have participated in this event and were given gloves and a shovels for the planting. Everyone had a great time helping out and for the the Germantown High School students that participated, this event counted as a project for National Science Honor Society as well as a Beta Club and Key Club project.
A National Science Honor Society meeting was held last week. For those who did not meet the grade requirements of an average of a 93 in their science courses, they are on probation and are given some time to bring up their grades. By the end of March, all members are to have 3 projects done. Sophomores and juniors who are interested in becoming an officer should see Mrs. Kiesel for more information.