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Sequoia Village Pink Panthers fight cancer

Posted On: 2015-06-10
From WMICentral.com...

Michele Carlyon, president of the Sequoia Village School PTO, and Jim Hillebrecht (both in the center) are on stage with all the students and staff who participated in the fourth annual Sue's Crew walk against cancer on May 16. The school had 20 students
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Many firsts for Pathway valedictorian

Posted On: 2015-05-19
From CopaMonitor.com...

As the valedictorian at Sequoia Pathway Academy, senior Emily McEvers seems calm. But the ambitious 18-year-old is anxious for the ceremony in which she will don a cap and gown and listen to her name as she walks across the stage.
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AHA & Student Community Outreach Programs

American Heritage Academy's "Giving Back" program continues the spirit of giving throughout the year. AHA students in Cottonwood donate an hour of class time each week to local nonprofit organizations including; Red Rock Rehab, The Central Arizona Food Bank, Buena Vista Bright Futures and The A.R.C. To graduate from AHA, each High School Senior is required to create and implement a local community service project that range from Adopting a Grandparent to Diaper Drives and other creative programs that help community members.

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AHA Students Give Back at Red Rock Rehab

AHA Students Give Back at Red Rock Rehab Posted on 02/08/2013 by DeeAnn Deaton
Mandy LaBrie, Staffing Director, and Kathy LaPort, Activities Director, at Red Rock Care and Rehab in Cottonwood said that AHA students visit with their senior residence, assist with social activities, birthday celebrations and other events. Learn more...
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