INTRODUCING THE FIRST WILDCAT COMMUNITY FUN RUN
The students of White Hill Middle school invite you to come out and join them for a super exciting fun run on Sunday May 5th. The proceeds from the run will go entirely to helping put the finishing touches on their school remodel. Two separate races will take place: a 1 mile race and a 3 mile race that both start and finish on the school field with a little detour behind the school into open space. Everyone in the community and our local schools is encouraged to come out no matter age or ability. You can run hard and aim to set a course record, or walk with friends, push the stroller, or just a casual sunday morning jog.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: The first 200 people to register get a special designed fun run T-shirt that can be picked up on race day.
All race particpants must complete a waiver form. Download the form now and bring it with you or complete it at the registration tables on race day.
Our very own principal David Finnane will be announcing the race and the White Hill band will be putting on a free concert. There will also be light refreshments.
All proceeds from the race will benefit the White Hill School Remodel.
Race day: Sunday, May 5th
Location: White Hill Middle School
Distances: 1 mile and 3 mile
Race Time: 9:30 AM
Check in: 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
We need volunteers to help run this event. If you can help out, go to timetosignup.com/whfunrun to sign up.
When & Where
Drake Parent Club
The Drake Parent Club is part of the Community branch of the Drake Fund. We bring together parents, students and staff to improve and support the school community through our Parent Education Speaker Series, Parent Coffees and Student Assemblies during the school year. We work in tandem with our principal, Liz Seabury, and with the Ross Valley Healthy Community Collaborative to provide programs that meet the needs of our Drake High School community. Please click here to find out about our fall calendar of events.
We have also developed the “Be The Influence” (BTI) Campaign, which along with the Ross Valley Healthy Community Collaborative and the Drake High School administration, seeks to improve the health, safety and well-being of our community by reducing teen alcohol, marijuana and other drug use, including: easy access by teens to alcohol, marijuana and other drugs; parties and gatherings at homes and other venues; binge drinking; driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana or other drugs; and prescription drug use.Please click here to learn more and to join our BTI campaign now!
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