HHS Students Deliver Smiles during Pandemic

HHS Students Deliver Smiles during Pandemic
Posted on 02/26/2021
delivering smiles
Delivering Smiles 
during a Pandemic!

Since the start of the second semester at Hickory High, the student-members of the HHS Key Club have pulled together fun ways to brighten the days of the HHS school staff.
Using a sense of humor, the students decorated individual rolls of toilet paper, added tags to "dum-dum" lollipops with a note, "Thanks to you, I am no dum-dum," and they even delivered bags of popcorn, reflecting on the zoom calls: "Zooming may be corny, but we POP-in because we appreciate all you do!"

The teachers and staff loved the funny and heartfelt tokens of appreciation from the students. "The students went above and beyond to make everyone feel appreciated," said HHS Principal Tuttle. "And in turn, we certainly appreciate all of our students! It's amazing how we can all pull together during these challenging times--and still discover smiles in our days."

The Hickory High Key Club is sponsored by Robin Chicelli, who also serves HHS as a math teacher; and Danny Seaver, retired teacher from Hickory High, is the Kiwanis advisor to the HHS Key Club.

Hickory High students, Sophia Parrish (left) and Morgan Hoke deliver the decorated rolls of TP to the HHS staff.
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