Gustafson gets a MAD idea
“Whoo-whoo,” Ms. Gustafson cheered while counting the money.
MAD week is in full swing, and teachers are doing their part. Gustafson decided to host a little “Brown Bag” picnic outside in the back of the school with students in order to raise more money for Heritage’s sister school in Kabala.
“I think we spend a lot of money on going out to eat, and yet they don’t even have enough money to buy food for their homes,” she says.
The group sat on blankets and brought their lunch from home, donating money into the bucket that was originally intended to purchase fast food. They were shooting to raise $100 from the picnic, and instead they doubled their goal with more than $200 and over 35 people in attendance.
“We would meet our MAD Week goal if half the student body gave the amount that they spend on lunch, which is around $7,” Gustafson explains.
Board games broke out as students and teachers enjoyed the beautiful weather. Ms. De Vries sang segments from Pharrell’s song “Happy,” while eating with her colleagues as Mr. Ubowski jokingly assisted in the espionage of an intense game of Battleship.
The collection jar was filling up as students circulated back into the school from the scene. The hour ended and was quite a success, further helping Heritage meet their goal to build more classrooms for the sister school.by
Snowy Outdoor Activity
The special edition for the HHS Pioneer offers the staff a new way of expressing a fun loving and personal approach to the paper.
Alpine Club climbs to new heights
Heritage’s Alpine Club has kept busy since the start of the school year, taking their first hike up Goliath Peak on August 25. The kick off hike of the year offered new members a taste of what the club has to offer. Mr. Warren, Heritage Math Teacher, has been sponsoring the club for 18 years.