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coming out first week of June!
PaY: Philanthropy and Youth
650+ PaY students from all over the region gather to celebrate Philanthropy and Youth.
The year-end celebration was to recognize the hard work of the students involved in PaY for the school year. The non-profits that PaY received grants were also in attendance to share in the celebration.
Each school was responsible for creating a table top booth about their PaY committee: mission statement, focus groups, criteria and pictures of students. The selected two students to stand by their boards and converse with the non-profit organizations that walked through Eide. Each school also hard a part in speaking during the celebration in Scheels which highlighted their year in PaY and what they enjoyed, learned or grow throughout the year.
Our students helped welcome our guest and lead them to different locations. The total number in attendance was around 650 (includes non-profit organizations and other adult guests).
Oak Grove emphasizes leadership and understands that organizations are strengthened by involving young people in the process. Oak Grove’s administration partners with parents to ensure a healthy environment for their children.
Students gain confidence as they develop new skills and competencies through leadership. Lifelong relationships are forged among students, faculty and staff.
Students may become leaders through involvement in the following groups:
Philanthropy and Youth