Haiti is the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere and one of our North American neighbors in dire need. After suffering through a devastating earthquake in 2010, and most recently Hurricanes Matthew and Irma, Shorecrest has once again asked to collaborate with Youth Partners With Haiti to help the Haitians. We ask that you do NOT purchase items, rather search your homes, closets and garages WITH your child(ren) and donate gently used items (except for the Personal Hygiene items). Have discussions with your child(ren) about the importance of helping others and becoming better global citizens.
Walker Willis '19 was tasked with a science project when he was in eighth grade, and ended up removing Australian Pines. His Middle School project turned into an Eagle Scout project. Then, into something that his fellow classmates and future students at Shorecrest Preparatory School. "It generated the best memories and made me appreciate what I have," Willis said. "It gave me experiences that I could never wish for."
In an effort to further support the Lakota tribe on the Service Week trip, the Chargers registered for the trip would like to make the following request:
If you are beginning spring cleaning of your closets and come across gently used clothing for all ages, please bring them to the US lobby bins set up below Ms. Morlando's desk. They will be collecting through February 28th. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
The Shorecrest Outdoor Club is pleased to partner with eSmart Recycling for the One Million Laptops Campaign, an international campaign to bring technology to underserved communities. Shorecrest is hosting an electronics drive now through the month of February. Bins will be located in each division office and in the Shorecrest Library. Click to see a list of accepted items.