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Clyde-Savannah HS students bring festive joy with community day

In a heartwarming display of community spirit, Clyde-Savannah High School students spent Friday, December 22, spreading holiday cheer across Clyde and Savannah during their Community Day event. The students engaged in various activities, showcasing their commitment to giving back to the community.

Dr. Craig Pawlak, the high school’s principal, expressed his pride in seeing students actively participating in the community. He hopes that this initiative marks the beginning of a new tradition at the school.

The day was filled with a variety of activities. The school’s band and chorus delighted residents and staff at the Brick Corner Senior Independent Living with a concert featuring holiday classics. Meanwhile, other groups of students were busy beautifying local yards and cleaning up trails at Lauraville Landing.

A special mention goes to the students who baked and decorated over 650 cookies in a family and consumer science classroom. These treats were then distributed to various local departments and offices, including the fire and police departments, highway departments, village offices, and post offices in both Clyde and Savannah, as well as to all staff members in the Clyde-Savannah Central School District.

Additionally, students crafted holiday cards for children in the region and shared holiday-themed stories with Clyde-Savannah Elementary students.

The afternoon shifted focus to wellness, with students choosing from activities like open gym, swimming, board games, video games, yoga, and MMA.

The success of Community Day has inspired students and staff to aim for an even bigger and better event in the future, strengthening the bond between the high school and the local community.