Service Tag

The National Honor Society together with OneBlood is sponsoring a blood drive on Monday, May 7, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. This event helps maintain the emergency blood supply in our community, and also raises funds for the “Meg Beaupied Memorial Scholarship” and the “Spirit of NHS Award.” These funds go to graduating seniors annually. Parents, faculty, and staff, and high school students who are at least sixteen years old, please consider donating blood. All adults can choose a high school student to be awarded five hours of community service for your donation! The process takes about 45 minutes. Please have...

On Wednesday, April 25, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church will welcome hundreds of homeless men and women from Broward County for a sit-down dinner and entertainment. In addition, the church will offer haircuts, bike repair, clothing, and showers. All is given with no strings attached. Westminster Academy will hold a clothing drive to benefit this event. Therefore, kindly launder and fold men’s and women’s items into bags or cartons. Lower School students can bring items to their classroom for delivery to the church. Upper School students can bring them directly to the church’s Welcome Center (located off the main parking lot). Men’s items...

Although WA Key Club is new to DCON, the annual district conference, the student representatives were all in! The 2018-19 officers in attendance were: Sierra Sollars, Vice President; Clara Harms, Treasurer; Mia Hibler, Secretary; and Christiana Hewlett, Chaplain/Class Director. Junior Ava Gaus received an award for submitting all of the district reports on time. Our Key Club also received the Early Bird Dues Award. In addition, two officers were assigned as voting delegates for the State Officer election, and two volunteered to be “Sergeant at Arms” at the House of Delegates. Students attended workshop sessions, assemblies, met and spoke with other Key Clubbers, Advisors, and Kiwanians from...

Opening Day of the Miracle League of Delray Beach was Saturday, April 8. WA varsity baseball and softball teams attended, however, for this big day, they were on the cheering side of the game. The Miracle League gives the opportunity for children with mental and physical disabilities to play the amazing game of baseball. Running every weekend throughout the spring, this league is a great ministry opportunity for our student-athletes. The kids enjoy having the WA teams in the crowd because they bring excitement into the game they all love to play. The teams stand along the baselines to cheer and...

On Friday, February 9, more than 540 churches in 50 states and 16 countries celebrated a Night to Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. This yearly event is an unforgettable prom-night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs. Throughout the country, over 90,000 honored guests were invited, and over 175,000 volunteers gave these guests with special needs their very own night to shine. Junior, Lexi Gonzalez, was a volunteer at one of the host churches, St. Paul Lutheran Church. About her experience, Lexi said, “Participating as a buddy to one of the honored guests at Night to Shine was a blessing to...