Want to show off your Hamburg school spirit? The Hamburg Bulldogs Booster Club is accepting orders until Sunday, Nov. 29 for a spirit flag. The 2.5' x 4' grommet flag is made of nylon and features a white digit print of Hamburg's Spike mascot outlined in black on a purple background. The cost is $45, with $3 additional for a grommet ring kit to attach to sleeve-type poles. If interested, email John Eichner at email@example.com and include your name, address, phone number and quantity.
Thanksgiving meals donated to families
Full course meals complete with turkeys have been received by more than 200 needy families in the community as a result of the annual Thanksgiving Dinner Drive sponsored by Hamburg High School’s student Character Committee. Click here for scenes from distribution day. Click here to see a WGRZ-TV segment on the drive.
High School student knits for the needy
Many people stay warm thanks to the handiwork of Hamburg High School junior Tristan Smith-Carlos. Click here to see him featured on the WGRZ-TV segment "Good Neighbors: Teen knits for the needy."
For a second consecutive year, Hamburg High School will send a student team to a national academic competition that will test their knowledge of global issues and foreign policy. Team members Mitch Beiter, Meghan Gorman (student advisor), Alex Kurtz and Matt Skelly earned the right to participate in the Carlos and Malu Alvarez 2016 Academic WorldQuest National Competition by winning a regional contest against 26 other schools. Hamburg was the only public school in attendance. Click the headline above for more information.
A team from Hamburg Central Schools will plunge into Lake Erie on Saturday, Dec. 5 in support of Special Olympics. Join the Polar Plunge team or make a donation through the Change for Champions collection of loose change. Click on the headline above for more information.
Have an artificial Christmas tree that you’d like to get rid of? Student Government at Hamburg High School would like to take it off your hands. The group is seeking donated fake firs for its new “Deck the Trees” holiday project. Each school club will decorate a tree with a theme of its choice. The trees will be displayed throughout the school during the holiday season. To donate an artificial tree, contact adviser Lynn Sajdak at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nick Brodfuehrer of Student Government at email@example.com.
Children learn better when they’re well-nourished and Hamburg Central offers healthy meals every school day to help make that happen. There is a convenient online service in place for parents/guardians to pay for their child’s school meals, view purchases and manage the account balance through MySchoolBucks. Additionally, applications are accepted all year for free and reduced cost meals based on income eligibility. Click on the headline above for more information.
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