LAHS Homecoming Court Promotes ‘Court For A Cause’

The 2021 homecoming court on dress like a celebrity day, from left, Emilee Maestas, Sam Wolfsberg, Olivia Bell, Gwyneth Lyons, Mirabella Guerin, Tommy Oldham, Ty Swavely, Ryan Zeik, Aidan Cooley, Maya Clausen and Matias Rougier. Not pictured is Sally Hopkins. Courtesy/LAPSF

LAPS Foundation News:

Los Alamos High School is celebrating homecoming this week. The theme for this year is Blast the Bengals!

The students on the newly selected homecoming court are continuing the tradition started two years ago by giving back to a cause that’s important to them. This year the Court is encouraging members of the community to donate to LAPS Foundation, specifically to fund student grants.

“We all love our school so much, so we want to make it even better by giving students the power to improve it! Every donation is appreciated,” LAHS Senior Gwyneth Lyons said.

The Homecoming Court has set up a page to collect donations that will be used to fund student grants. To contribute to Court for a Cause, visit lapsfoundation.com/court-for-a-cause.

For the last two years the community has donated a total of $4,000 to ‘Court for a Cause’. Let’s show some Hilltopper Pride this year through giving that makes an impact.

About LAPS Foundation

The Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization that helps

the local community provide an extraordinary education for Los Alamos students. Los Alamos has given over $1.5 million to fund opportunities students and teachers would not have otherwise. To learn more about LAPS Foundation and how to get involved and/or make a donation, visit lapsfoundation.com or call 505.500.6501. Donations to LAPS Foundation, a 501(C)(3) organization, are tax-deductible.

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