Roughly twenty students and adults from our school joined together to pray for our country, our cities and towns, and our school.
"It was nice to see other students publicly gather together with God." ~ Gwin Buntman, Health Assistant sophomore.
"Being able to pray for our school is important to me," recalls Kaitlyn Heeter, Health Assistant junior. "It means a lot to be able to gather with my friends to offer my prayers; there is so much support we can give in this way."
Oonagh Henning, Commercial Arts junior, liked that it took place outside around the flag pole. She was able to show others her beliefs without having to say a word; her actions did the talking. Oonagh feels that it is important to "unite with others who have similar beliefs."
"I just love to pray," beams Dayuna Reitnauer, Health Assistant sophomore. Sometimes, it is as simple as that!