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Friday, March 22, 2019
NJHS will be sponsoring a CANNED Food Drive from April 4-10th. The canned foods will be used to light luminaries during the annual Joliet Cancer Relay for Life. The items will then be donated to the local food shelters after the event. The shelters are in need of protein items like canned tuna and chicken, especially. There will be a study hall competition with the winning study hall earning a popcorn party. National Junior Honor Society thanks you for your support.
CAPE vendor and craft fair on Saturday, April 13th 9am-3pm Timber Ridge Middle School 2101 Bronk Rd., Plainfield. Please see attached flyer for additional information.
Penny Drive For Lymphoma, 3/18-3/22: Drauden Point Families, this week we are having a Penny Drive to raise money for a cure for Lymphoma. Monday through Friday (3/18-3/22) we will be collecting donations during lunch. The grade that donates the most will win a certificate for a free CheezyBread from Marco's and a free video rental from Family Video! Last year, DPMS raised over $100! Please bring in your spare change for this worthy cause! Today is the last day!
After four weeks of March Madness Reading, we have declared that Ms. Hall’s classes are the winners. Eighty-two of her students read a total of 9,665 pages. There were a total of 229 Drauden students who chose to participate and together they all read 28,670 pages. Thanks to all who participated; keep reading because ONE person can make a difference!