Perkins High Students Go-Big With Project Happy Gifts 
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298 … 299 … 300 ... The number of gift-wrapped shoe boxes ready to be donated as part of Perkins High School's Project Happy campaign continues to grow.  
Students launched the holiday gift campaign with a goal of 300 shoe boxed-sized presents to give to a child in need. According to Perkins High School intervention specialist Chris Guss, students have surpassed the goal (and passed last year’s total of 256 gift boxes). 
“This is the most we’ve ever had,” Mrs. Guss said. “It’s kind of exploded on us.”

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This is the fourth year that Perkins High School students have participated in Project Happy. This year, however, the campaign has been ratcheted up as a competition among Huron High School, Edison High School, and Perkins.  Students will be accepting donations and gift boxes through Friday, Dec. 14. The gifts include dolls, Legos and other small toys, as well as school supplies, personal care items and treats. The gift boxes need to be designated for either a boy or girl.

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Posted by d_shaw On 28 December, 2018 at 9:30 AM