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High school students make valentines for OES

DCHS Journalism

Maddie Johnson

February 16, 2019

A week before Valentine’s Day, junior high and high school students in their advisory groups made bookmarks for all the grade school students and teachers.

The bookmarks were made with stickers, hearts, markers, pens, and glitter. Each bookmark had a student or teacher’s name on it as well as whom it was from and a personalized message from that person.

Physical education teacher and adviser Tanner Jackson said, “I am glad we took the time to do this because I think it means a lot to younger students getting something special from older students.”

“It was fun to see the students thinking of others and being creative,” said Janell Marchello, English teacher and adviser. “They had a good time trying to figure out what to say to the younger kids.”

Sophomore Katie Meitl said, “I think it’s a good way to stay in touch with the kids at the grade school and show kindness to them.”


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5c65d29fc1847Mrs. Scott's advisory group makes bookmarks for elementary students.
Maddie Johnson mingles with several OES students during their lunch on Valentine's Day.
Mrs. Scott's advisory group makes bookmarks for elementary students.

On Valentine’s Day, Student Council members delivered the bookmarks to the students and teachers at the grade school. While there, they also ate lunch with the students and played with them at recess.  Members who went with sponsor Brenda Breth were Anna Carter, Maddie Johnson, Clayton Carter, Isabel Grafel, Dawson Kempt, Region Witt, and Colton Ketterl.

 “It was fun visiting with all the kids, and I think they really enjoyed seeing us,” said Clayton.


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5c65d29fc1847Mrs. Elwood (right in hat) rescues Colton Ketterl from the elementary children.
Mrs. Elwood (right in hat) rescues Colton Ketterl from the elementary children.

“I’m not sure who enjoyed our visit more – the grade school students or the Stuco members,” said Mrs. Breth.  “I was so proud of how the juniors and seniors mingled with the elementary kids at lunch and at recess.  Reegon, Colton, and Dawson got a pretty good work.”

According to Mrs. Breth, Stuco members hope to make another visit to the grade school in the spring.

High school students make valentines for OES

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