Notre Dame Regional High School Students Break School Record
Raising Over $300,000 during Activity Week
The Annual Activity Week held at Notre Dame Regional High School began on Friday, September 21st and ended on Saturday, September 29th . The purpose of Activity Week is to involve students, staff, parents and the community in raising funds to reduce the operating budget of the school.
Many activities and promotions took place including: raffles, magazine subscriptions, candy, mums, pizza, trash bags, and fruit. Monday through Thursday each class hosted a public dinner serving an average of 1,200 people each night. In addition to the all school items and public dinners classes sold a variety of class specific items and held additional fundraising events. All of these items and events came together to generate the largest Activity Week profit in the school’s history: $301,731.49!
The Senior Class of 103 students provided the largest profit per capita raising a total of $130,111.41 bringing in $1,263.22 per student. As the winners, Senior Class candidates Hank Traxel and Genevieve Kulla were crowned King and Queen at the Activity Week Dance on Saturday night.