Wish Week 2020

Thank you for making Ethan's Wish come true. Total Amount raised was $59,297.10

Special thanks to everyone who made this week possible:

  • Student Council - for all the hard work organizing Wish Week to make it a success
    Link Crew, S.O.S., yearbook, Art, Newspaper, Business, and Peacejam for decorating our hallways

  • Ms Ederveen, Ms. Nabena, and Ms. Munoz-Garcia for all of the hard work and long hours you put in

  • Art - Ms. Metsala, Brooklyn Machuca, Aaliyah Lam, and Amethyst Kellogg for painting the amazing lego mural in the hallway

  • Basketball - donating proceeds from your games

  • Broadcast Media - Dekisha Johnson and Joshua Udlock for all the videography needs this week

  • Custodial Staff - always willing to help

  • DECA and FBLA - organizing the auction

  • Finance Office - Mrs. Barker

  • Football - thanks for making Ethan's week memorable

  • NHS - organizing the Bake Sale

  • PAC - sponsoring Bingo Night

  • PHS Students - Caroline Blair and Xyla Daugele for making amazing capes for our lego competition winners

  • S.O.S - organizing the Pie-A-Teacher

  • Talent Show Hosts - Leonard and Mayor Mike Waid

  • The Stable - donating all proceeds during Wish Week

  • Theater - donating all proceeds from Bedtime Stories

  • Woods & Metals - Tyler James - making stellar talent show trophies

  • Mr. Derek Spohn!  Thank you for going above and beyond this week to help StuCo with Wish Week.  Thank you for sharing your story with the entire school, creating an awesome Lego throne for Ethan, providing an amazing Lego Man costume and so much more!  Thank you Derek and the Industrial Arts Departments!

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