Hennessey Elementary School had a Busy Quarter 1!
Spreading kindness, Unity Day, service projects and Girls on the Run are a few of the many great things happening at Hennessey Elementary School during Quarter 1! The school community came together for a Fall Clean Up to beautify the school grounds. Thank you to the parents and families who came out on a warm Saturday morning to help beautify our grounds and preparation for fall. We had our first Walk-A-Thon that our students and staff enjoyed while raising money for our playground. The community came together in large numbers for the annual Townie Pride Parade, which is always a big event at Hennessey School. Spirit days never disappoint at Hennessey School where students and staff came together as a school community to show their school spirit during many spirit days. Girls on the Run brought their enthusiasm and positivity to the building with their service project that lifted the spirits of the whole building. We were proud of our students and coaches who participated in Girls on the Run and completed their 5K in November. Our students remind us that a few simple words can lift another person up and make their day with their Kindness Rocks Service Project. 2nd grader, Nicolas says, “Kindness Rocks make people feel good if they are sad.” Ariella, also a 2nd grader feels that the rocks can make “people happy and it might turn their day around.”
It’s a great time to be a Hennessey Hero!