Beech Hill School Student Council Setting Up Wrapping Station in Maine Coast Mall Saturday December 10th
I'm wrapping challenged! I absolutely hate wrapping presents! I don't have the patience and it shows! That's why I love to promote Beech Hill School's Student Council Wrapping Station at the Maine Coast Mall on Saturday, December 10th from 10 a.m to 3 p.m.
Let them wrap your holiday gifts in exchange for a donation! They will also be selling hot chocolate, postcards, scrapbooks, pin notes and water bottle stickers.
Beech Hill School’s Student Council is a group of students who care about culture and community and want to serve in an important leadership role. Members of Student Council strive to consistently demonstrate their school’s four core values: respect, responsibility, caring and honesty. They exhibit positive attitudes, work with others, and possess the desire to make Beech Hill School and the community a better place for all.
Student Council students will do anything to help out! Their typical responsibilities include leading daily morning announcements, helping younger students in the lunchroom, organizing spirit weeks, facilitating monthly spirit day assemblies, planning service learning projects, fundraising, and designing ways to encourage social/emotional wellness. Students are especially focused on activities that increase diversity awareness and promote inclusion.
The fundraisers that Student Council members host throughout the school year fund projects and/or initiatives, including (but not limited to) the BHS High School Scholarship Fund, BHS School Spirit Day Carnival, SPCA of Hancock County, Walmart Giving Tree, and Emmaus (Ellsworth) Homeless Shelter. Fundraisers include game concessions, Read-a-thons, family movie nights, and other events that connect people in the community.