EHS Holiday Projects

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

For more information contact the Eureka High School EAST Lab at 476-1632 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.