Change Wars for a cause
This year’s Spirit Week Change War money is going to the Colorado Veterans Project. Their mission is to enhance pride and patriotism in all Coloradans by building a stronger, more supportive community around our Veterans, according to the website.
“It felt good to donate because it was going towards something really good,” says Rosalie Heath Kelley ’15.
Over the duration of the week, Heritage High School raised $4253.50, according to Ms. Brethauer. All of this money will go straight to the foundation to help raise awareness of veterans and other local veterans organizations.
This organization was stemmed from Army ROTC student organizations. They now have helped 75+ veterans organizations and are the largest non-profit veteran organization in Denver.
“It’s a good thing to help such an awesome organization,” says Veronica Larson ’17.by
VPN Policy Explained
Within the last six months there has been a noticeable increase of VPN usage within the student body in the Littleton Public School District. As a result, the school is more strictly enforcing the policy in place.
Juuling Punishment Continues
Since the release of vape pens to the market, they have become increasingly popular, particularly in high schools, and Heritage is no exception. Administration has since been exploring ways to fix the problem in order to keep students safe from the harmful effects of vaping.