Students in each class are holding upcoming fundraisers to reach their financial goals.
The freshman class has earned money through bake sales after school, selling homemade baked goods.
“We have earned a couple hundred dollars from bake sales so far, but the second half of the year has many fundraising plans,” freshman class president Avery Shaw said.
Along with bake sales, they collected money by attempting to “sell food at the Halloween dance,” Shaw said.
Upcoming fundraisers include a bakeoff and a 3v3 Basketball tournament after school. A Lucky Leprechaun raffle will be held in March.
“We have been told that the Lucky Leprechaun can earn lots of money, so we will be focusing most of our attention on that,” Shaw said.
Finance goals for the freshman class include raising $6,000 by the end of the year. “A large amount of that money will come from student dues,” Shaw said. They currently have a couple hundred dollars in total.
In order to raise money, the sophomore class has an upcoming student talent show in May.
The goal for the end of the year is $10,000. “Senior year we need $40,000,” sophomore class president Chelsea Rose said.
Junior class officers share co-presidency between Meghan Conway, Devon Musgrave Johnson, and Andy Creighton. They have $14,000 so far from fundraising.
“We have been doing restaurant nights, selling raffle tickets, and we have upcoming sports tickets,” Creighton said.
They will be hosting a Casino Night to raise money for the junior class.
The senior class has had many fundraising opportunities over the years.
“We’ve done a lot of bake sales and a lucky leprechaun raffle. Our parents helped us do a silent auction last year, which was really successful. We hosted the a cappella night last year,” senior class adviser Jennifer Coleman said.
Seniors have “just about $25,000 at this point,” Coleman said. They need another $5,000 by the end of the year.