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Wish Week 2017
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​​​​​January 30 - February 3, 2017

H​elp us meet our goal!

​What is Wish Week?

Wish Week is a fundraising event at EHS.  During Wish Week, all our fundraising goes to support one targeted organization which will benefit students in need.

Where do your donations go?
This year, all Wish Week donations will go to the Easter Seals Foundation to support students with special needs.

Easter Seals' Mission

Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for nearly 100 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Seals offers a variety of services to help people with disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals.​

Our Goal

We will raise $10,000 in support of Easter Seals.

How You Can Support Wish Week

​​T​here are a variety of ways to support Easter Seals before and during Wish Week.

DONATE

  • Donate money to your 2B class collection during Wish Week.  The winning class will get free bundt cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes.
  • Donate money during the "Change Drives" collections during lunches,  at the Talent Show, and at Mr. EHS
  • Donate using the teal "Support" button above.
  • ​​Wear a hat to school on February 1st for $1.00.  All proceeds go towards our fundraising goal.
BUY

  • Purchase a Wish Week t-shirt at any Home Basketball Game, The Talent Show, or Mr. EHS.
  • P​urchase either of these items outside the Activities Office or using the teal "Support" button above. Sales begin January 23​.​​ Bring your confirmation sheet to pick up your purchases at the Activities Office.
    • A gray and teal Wish Week t-shirt  - $10
    • ​A “Wish Pack” (shirt, $5 off coupon for Prom ticket, Mr. EHS​ ticket, Talent Show ticket, entry to all Jan. 27  games v. Overland​) - $20

​​​​RESTAURANTS
You can also support Wish Week by dining at these restaurants in the EHS community.  They will be donating 15-20% of their sales on the days and times listed.  Be sure to mention Eaglecrest when you check out.

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Restaurant Week Calendar
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