“These Introduction to Business Management students did real well, and it was a fun experience for them,” personal finance and business management teacher Keeko Georgelas said.
In December, two Murray elementary schools got to hear national storyteller Donald Davis present his folklore.
"Through this campaign, students recognize their unique talents and how they are accepting of each other, realizing they all contribute to this school.”
This year, Murray High students are putting words into action.
“It makes me feel good that I can help others get Thanksgiving food in our community and anywhere people need food."
Max Adams, a Murray High School senior, recently earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT college entrance examination.
“This is the student body officers’ favorite day of the year,” Mackay said. “We love to see them get into the holiday spirit.”
Old and new family favorites will be performed in November on local high school stages.
The help poured out Oct. 11 as friends organized a fun run and silent auction to help the Ross family pay for medical bills. Not only did hundreds of neighbors run and walk in support of Carson, but Viewmont students and teachers, as well as others from area schools, turned out.
“It’s a way students can use their sewing skills and talents and do something nice for someone else to make a difference,” family and consumer science teacher Sherryl Cowley said.