Each year, the staff and students at Haber Oaks Campus put together a holiday store to commemorate the season of giving. This December, teachers and staff donated gently used clothes, toys, decorations and more to give students the opportunity to buy gifts for their friends and family.
On Thursday, November 7th the Haber Oaks Campus staff and student body faced off in a dodgeball competition to raise money for Turning Point, a non-profit organization that provides shelter and services to those affected by domestic violence in McHenry County. For a week leading up to the tournament, students in Lisa Abraham’s civics class led fundraising efforts throughout the building. Each classroom competed to raise enough money for the chance to play dodgeball against their teachers.
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