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Toledo Public Schools Weekly Events

 

Crossgates Elementary to Honor Student Volunteer with Scarlet and Gray Celebration

Students from St. John's Jesuit High School (SJJ) visit Crossgates Preschool each week for a two-hour block to work in classrooms and other capacities. Their goal is to earn 100 hours of Christian Service, which is a graduation requirement. The partnership between TPS preschool and SJJ has existed for 12 years. Dallas Gant, a senior at St. John’s, has earned his Christian service hours over the past two years. The students are celebrating his last day as a volunteer and early high school graduation by wearing scarlet and gray since he will be attending The Ohio State University in January 2018. Footage of Gant interacting with students will be featured in a video that will be shown during the Army Bowl Game.

Gant will be honored on Wednesday, December 13 at 9:30 a.m. at Crossgates, 3901 Shadylawn.

 

TPS Early Childhood Education to Host Second Annual Preschool Winterfest with Santa

Thursday, December 14 at 11:00 a.m., Santa and his two elves will deliver gifts to the students of TPS’ Head Start program. All gifts were donated by district staff members to make sure each student had a gift this holiday season. Santa and his elves are also TPS administrators. Students will receive gifts and a treat bag with more goodies to enjoy during the event. The event will held at 1500 N. Superior at the TPS Head Start.

 

Mom’s House to Receive a Donation From the Start Cheerleaders and Boys’ Basketball Team

The Start High School cheerleaders and boy’s basketball team are giving back to the community through a student-led charity drive in support of Mom’s House. The organization provided the cheerleaders with three different “wish list” items. Each team (Freshman, JV, and Varsity) are responsible for facilitating the collection of all requested items. The boy’s basketball team will be presenting Mom’s House with a check for $500 at 7:30 p.m. This is a surprise for Mom’s House representatives who plan to be at the game.  The event will take place on Friday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Start High School at 2010 Tremainsville Rd.

 

 

Waite High School Staff to Support 32 Families for the Holidays

 

For 86 years, Waite High School staff and alumni have been adopting families in need for the holidays. This year, in partnership with the East Toledo Family Center (ETFC), they will support 32 families with the help of the Waite feeder schools. ETFC identifies the families who need assistance which can range from a family of seven to a single senior citizen. Nearly all of the recipients are from the Waite High School District and will receive a robust basket including canned goods, milk, juice, rice, bread, eggs provided by the schools. Sponsors donate other types of food, clothing, toys and paper products. All deliveries will be on Monday, December 18 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Photo and media opportunities at 11:15 a.m.

 

 

Get in the Holiday Spirit with the First Ever District-Wide Musical Extravaganza

TPS will host an afternoon of fun and holiday cheer as students perform a medley of seasonal favorites. From orchestras to show choirs, TPS is bringing talent from various high schools across the district to Bowsher High School to help get the community in the holiday spirit. Sweet treats will be provided and the event is free to those 60 or better. Santa and one of his elves also plan to make an appearance on Monday, December 18 at Bowsher High School from 1 to 3 p.m.

 

 
   
   


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