EHS Holiday Projects
- Published: Thursday, December 2, 2010
Eureka High School is hosting a variety of service projects related to the holiday season:
The ECS Stocking Stuffer project is collecting items that will fit in stockings for all ages for the Eureka City Schools Homeless Education Program. Cards for $10 are available to purchase with the inscription “a stocking full of joy has been given to a homeless child in your name” or you can donate items such as school supplies, hygiene/beauty products, accessories and small toys/games.
EAST students are coordinating the Angel Tree, the tree is located in the attendance office at EHS. Pick a tag and bring the new unwrapped gift back to the attendance office. EHS clubs that did not provide a Thanksgiving basket can participate in the Angel Tree to stay in good standing.
NJROTC is working with Toys for Tots; barrels for donations are located in various classrooms and offices at EHS. Help them “stuff the bus” full of toys.
EAST students are hosting a Christmas party for the Eureka City Schools Infant Toddler Program. Donations of gifts/supplies for infants and toddlers can be dropped off at the EAST Lab by Tuesday, December 14th.
EAST students are also coordinating a food drive with Food for People and Backpacks for Kids. Various teachers have donation boxes in their classrooms or donations can be dropped off in EAST