My name is Callie and I am a 5th grader at Lineville in the EPIC house. As part of a class project, I chose to sell cookies and buy health/hygiene products for the Giving Tree. I raised $192.19 and was able to buy 247 items to donate.
The Helping Hands Wall at The Giving Tree
We Decided to help The Giving Tree with the Helping Hands Wall because we wanted to help our community. This project would be beneficial by inspiring people in the community who need help. Our hope is that The Helping Hands Wall will spread joy and hope. Our inspiration for the project was The Orange Hands Wall at Bay View Middle School. We were inspired to show others there is help when and where it is needed after we participated in The Orange Hands Pledge, "I will not use my hands or words to hurt myself or others." The pledge led us to realize that having an inspirational canvas in a place that may lack hope would be an amazing idea, and could be helpful to many.
Bay Port Students Write Grant
Four students in Amy Richard's 2017 Writing class,
in a professional writing unit, applied for a grant with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to purchase $500 of personal hygiene supplies for The Giving Tree.
Clubhouse Community Service Project
Please accept this donation on behalf of the Cubhouse at Lineville Intermediate School. Our families donated silver coins and then we held a carnival for our house. Students enjoyed playing various games and winning lots of prizes!
The total amount collected by the Club House for the Giving Tree was $215.32. Awesome Job!
Mrs. Werlein's Suamico
2nd Grade class
BAY PORT, THE GIVING TREE WIN $15,000 FROM CELLCOM PROJECT INNOVATE
December 12, 2014 -- Cellcom awarded Bay Port High School and The Giving Tree $15,000 for a second-place finish in the Project Innovate voting challenge. The funds will be used to support individual wireless internet access devices for families in need who cannot provide wireless access at home. After residing in fifth place for most of the month-long competition among 11 local schools, Bay Port supporters rallied to finish second in the closing days of the competition. In the photo shown at left, Bay Port High School Principal Mike Frieder and Bay View Middle School Technology Integration Specialist Amy Arbogash accept the award from Nancy Loberger of Cellcom/Nsight Telservices.
Emma and Sophie had a birthday party and collected school supplies for students in our district.
Thank you to Green Bay Community Church for running a food drive during VBS. This amazing crew pictured below put away two vans of food from their drive plus four carts and four big bins of food in just over an hour! Thank you summer volunteers and GBCC!!
Birthday Party Success
Alec’s party was a success!!! We got 76 boxes of pasta to donate to the Giving Tree. Alec says that’s almost enough for 1 whole week.