Bellport High School Student Council stays awake for Brighter Tomorrows

The Bellport High School Student Council held its 2nd Annual “Stay-Awake-a-Thon” on
March 3rd and 4th in the High School gym.  As part of the Community Charity Champions Competition for Cablevision (now Altice), the Student Council raised $3,000 for Brighter Tomorrows, a domestic violence shelter that services people in our District.

As Regional Champions in last year’s competition, Bellport is not eligible to win again, but that didn’t stop the StuCo members from achieving their goal in both fundraising and staying up all night.  There was a great amount of support from the faculty and staff, as well as parent and other students to meet the challenge, all much appreciated!

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