High School Toy Drive

The High School Band/Orchestra is gearing up for their annual Christmas visit to 7th Street Elementary! From now until December 1st, toys will be collected in the High School Commons for each student at 7th Street Elementary. On Thursday, December 7th, the High School Band/Orchestra/Pom and Cheer Teams will invade 7th Street with a Christmas party the students will never forget!

Toy Drive Timeline:

  • Now through December 1 - New Toys brought to HS Commons
  • December 1 at 3:30pm - Wrapping Party!
  • December 7th - 7th Street Elementary Christmas Celebration

Everyone can help by bringing a new toy as described below. (Hint: Black Friday has great sales on these items!)
Please bring new toys to the HS Commons by Friday, December 1st!

SENIORS - please bring gifts for 5th graders
Guys get boy toys (mini balls like Jr footballs, action figures, games)
Ladies get girl toys (dolls, barbies, beauty sets)

JUNIORS - please bring gifts for 3rd and 4th graders
Guys get boy toys (mini balls like Jr footballs, action figures, games)
Ladies get girl toys (dolls, barbies, beauty sets)

SOPHOMORES - please bring gifts for 1st and 2nd graders
Guys get boy toys (hot wheels cars, action figures)
Ladies get girl toys (dolls and barbies)

FRESHMEN - please bring gifts for PreK and Kindergarten students
Guys get boy toys (action figures, stuffed animals, colors & coloring books, Jr balls)
Ladies get girl toys (baby dolls, stuff animals, colors & coloring books)

Here's a peak into last year's celebration at 7th Street! Please join in providing this great experience again for these students. Any questions, please contact Mrs. Hodges at danielle.hodges@littlerockchristian.com

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