Students at Chanhassen Make A Commitment To Others and Themselves

Students at Chan News StoryStudents at Chanhassen Make A Commitment To Others and Themselves Please join or make a pledge to an event on Dec. 30 supporting St. Jude’s patients During the “20-Minute Break” period at Chanhassen High School, students usually take time to relax, eat a snack, and talk with their friends. But recently they were provided an opportunity to add a bit of happiness for a child hospitalized at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Over 100 students at the school took the time to make a bead bracelet for a patient at St. Jude’s, as well as one for themselves as a pledge to a live a healthy lifestyle. The activity was led by three Chanhassen Students: Chloe Duffing, Melissa Parker, and Emma Graves. These seniors set up bead-bracelet supplies prior to the 20-minute break period, and invited students to join once the bell rang. Students made a bracelet to donate, wrote a note of encouragement, and then made a matching one for themselves. By wearing this matching... read more