On May 31, Rose Hill Middle School (RHMS) hosted the 17th annual “Royal Track Meet.” 140 kindergarten through fifth grade students from schools that feed into RHMS participated in the event.
Find a penny, pick it up – then donate it to a good cause
They shook out their pockets, looked under couch cushions and pledged their change at lunch. For two weeks in April, Kirkland Middle School (KiMS) students gathered all the change they could find. Their goal was to raise as much money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society as they possibly could. Sponsored by the National Junior Honor Society, KiMS students learned about the important work the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society does to research treatments and cures, and to provide support for families. Panther Time classes then competed to raise money. The class that raised the most money earned a delicious lunch from Olive Garden. In the end, Mrs. Myhre’s Panther Time class won by bringing in over $1,000. As a school, KiMS will present a check to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for over $4,200.