Having fun while helping others


Hardin Elementary School recently held a spirit week in order to raise funds for Compassionate Care. The spirit week consisted of paying a $1 to: wear pajamas, buy pop at lunch, bring in sandwich bag of food to eat during class, and to wear a crazy hat. The week concluded with Kona Ice coming during student’s lunch. Student council is proud of the efforts that allowed us to raise $1,553.50 for Compassionate Care. Since the goal of $700 was met, one student was drawn to throw a pie in elementary school Principal Sara Roseberry’s face. Wyatt Larger was the lucky winner and got to throw a pie at Roseberry’s face.

Hardin Elementary School recently held a spirit week in order to raise funds for Compassionate Care. The spirit week consisted of paying a $1 to: wear pajamas, buy pop at lunch, bring in sandwich bag of food to eat during class, and to wear a crazy hat. The week concluded with Kona Ice coming during student’s lunch. Student council is proud of the efforts that allowed us to raise $1,553.50 for Compassionate Care. Since the goal of $700 was met, one student was drawn to throw a pie in elementary school Principal Sara Roseberry’s face. Wyatt Larger was the lucky winner and got to throw a pie at Roseberry’s face.


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Compassionate Care Executive Director Traci Milanese accepts a check donation for $1,553.50 from Hardin Elementary School student council officers Rusty Vondenhuevel, Katie Maier, Ella Crim and Reagan Steiner.


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Hardin Elementary School recently held a spirit week in order to raise funds for Compassionate Care. The spirit week consisted of paying a $1 to: wear pajamas, buy pop at lunch, bring in sandwich bag of food to eat during class, and to wear a crazy hat. The week concluded with Kona Ice coming during student’s lunch. Student council is proud of the efforts that allowed us to raise $1,553.50 for Compassionate Care. Since the goal of $700 was met, one student was drawn to throw a pie in elementary school Principal Sara Roseberry’s face. Wyatt Larger was the lucky winner and got to throw a pie at Roseberry’s face.

Compassionate Care Executive Director Traci Milanese accepts a check donation for $1,553.50 from Hardin Elementary School student council officers Rusty Vondenhuevel, Katie Maier, Ella Crim and Reagan Steiner.

Hardin Elementary School recently held a spirit week in order to raise funds for Compassionate Care. The spirit week consisted of paying a $1 to: wear pajamas, buy pop at lunch, bring in sandwich bag of food to eat during class, and to wear a crazy hat. The week concluded with Kona Ice coming during student’s lunch. Student council is proud of the efforts that allowed us to raise $1,553.50 for Compassionate Care. Since the goal of $700 was met, one student was drawn to throw a pie in elementary school Principal Sara Roseberry’s face. Wyatt Larger was the lucky winner and got to throw a pie at Roseberry’s face.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/04/web1_Houston1.jpgHardin Elementary School recently held a spirit week in order to raise funds for Compassionate Care. The spirit week consisted of paying a $1 to: wear pajamas, buy pop at lunch, bring in sandwich bag of food to eat during class, and to wear a crazy hat. The week concluded with Kona Ice coming during student’s lunch. Student council is proud of the efforts that allowed us to raise $1,553.50 for Compassionate Care. Since the goal of $700 was met, one student was drawn to throw a pie in elementary school Principal Sara Roseberry’s face. Wyatt Larger was the lucky winner and got to throw a pie at Roseberry’s face. Courtesy photo

Compassionate Care Executive Director Traci Milanese accepts a check donation for $1,553.50 from Hardin Elementary School student council officers Rusty Vondenhuevel, Katie Maier, Ella Crim and Reagan Steiner.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/04/web1_Houston.jpgCompassionate Care Executive Director Traci Milanese accepts a check donation for $1,553.50 from Hardin Elementary School student council officers Rusty Vondenhuevel, Katie Maier, Ella Crim and Reagan Steiner. Courtesy photo