NEWS and EVENTS
SPRITES offers annual scholarship opportunities to our Seniors. Congratulations to Ashlee Welch from Santana High School who was one of our scholarship recipients for 2019 - Way to go Ashlee!!
St. Vincent de Paul
St. Vincent's loves when SPRITES volunteer in their downtown kitchen. Dates for this school year will come in an all sprites email. If interested, email email@example.com. Volunteer dates and times are Saturday or Sunday night dinners from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Remember to wear long pants, closed-toed shoes, and have your hair tied back. The minimum age to volunteer is 13. Two mother-daughter teams are usually required. St. Vincent does not "overbook" volunteers.
Please be sure to complete the paperwork and get a parking pass from the "Forms" page. If you've filled out paperwork previously, you don't need to fill out again.
This is a great way to get your volunteer hours -- you work for three hours, but you smile all evening!
The Salvation Amy is always grateful for donations of gently used backpacks or re-useable grocery/retail bags. They provide them to the people they serve to carry their belongings.
If you are able to make a donation, please drop off your items at the Salvation Army on 1011 E. Main Street, El Cajon. Point of contact is Maureen McCully.
The Surfrider Foundation needs assitance to keep our beaches clean!
You can find information at: Beach Cleanup Schedule
If you have any further questions, please contact:
Haley Jain Haggerstone firstname.lastname@example.org
Meals on Wheels (MOW)
(7th Grade~ Sept & Dec)
(8th Grade~ Jan & April)
(9th Grade~ July & Feb)
(10th Grade~ March & May)
(11th Grade~ June & Oct)
(12th Grade~ Aug & Nov)
Bannister House Schedule
(7th Grade~ Oct & May)
(8th Grade~ Aug & Feb)
(9th Grade~ Nov & March)
(10th Grade~ July & Jan)
(11th Grade~ Sept & April)
(12th Grade~ June & Dec)
Our Newest Philanthropy:
We are excited to announce the addition of a new philanthropy for our 9th grade SPRITES. We have added Partners Therapeutic Horsemanship. Since 2004, Partners has provided therapeutic horsemanship as a unique means to improve the quality of life for those with special needs, their families and the community. They are volunteer run and funded.
Read this great article about PTH and SPRITES!