Fall Homecoming 2014 – CHS Gives Back

The theme of Campus High School’s 2015 Homecoming is “Campus Gives Back.”

“This year’s homecoming is a little different,” said Mandi Brazill, Senior Class Sponsor. “The Class of 2015 wanted the goal of Homecoming to promote school spirit as well as promote the importance of helping others. In addition to dress up days each class will be given a specific charity to promote/support.”

The class officers’ job is to decorate the hallway to promote the donation drive for whichever charity that class is promoting. The float will also promote said charity as well as display school spirit.

“The promoting of the theme of giving back is not limited to just Campus High School,” explained CHS Assistant Principal Glenda Cowell.  We have partnered with local charities and each CHS grade level will be participating in promoting and bringing donations for their grade level charity. (Information below).

“Members of the community may drop off donations at Campus High School until 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 25,” Cowell said. “We want to bring awareness to these charities while also promoting our schools and community.”

Campus High School’s Homecoming week is September 22 – 26. The parade is Thursday, September 25 and line-up will begin at 1:30 p.m. in the Freeman Elementary School south parking lot with the Parade beginning at 2 p.m.

The Campus High School Colts will take on Maize High School on Friday, September 26 at Colt Stadium at 7 p.m.

The charities as assigned are below:

Freshmen: The Haysville Food Bank!

Website: http://www.kansasfoodbank.org/

List of needs:

Canned tuna, chicken and ham; Canned fruits and vegetables Juice; Peanut butter; Beans – canned or bagged; Bagged rice; Pasta; Soup; Dry cereal and/or oatmeal; Bisquick; Hamburger Helper; ANY non-perishable food items and Money.

Sophomores: Trees for Life!

Website: http://www.treesforlife.org/

Juniors: Ronald McDonald House Charities!

Website: http://www.rmhcwichita.org/

List of Needs:

Ziplock bags; Trash bags; Tooth brushes; Toothpaste; Dish Soap; Foil; Disposable Cups; Paper Plates; Non-perishable snack food items; Peanut Butter; Jell-O; Baking Mixes and Money.

 Seniors: LAPP!

Website: http://lifelineanimalplacement.org/

List of needs:

Dog Food (cans/bags); Cat Food (cans/bags); Paper towels; Towels (can be old/previously used); Pet Toys; Leashes; Collars and Money.

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