District News


Posted on: December 23, 2020

Students Make Holiday Cards As Class Fundraiser

By Tyler Tincher,
Jr./Sr. High School Teacher

For the second year in a row, the students in Mr. Tyler Tincher's class created cards for the holiday season. Cards were sold to the faculty at Carlisle Local Schools based upon orders placed. Equipment and materials used for the card project were purchased through a grant.

This year, upon special order, the students also decorated face masks for purchase.

Funds raised from the business are then used for classroom materials, trips, and more. This venture provides a great opportunity for the students to interact with other teachers and peers within the educational environment.

Photos provided by Educational Aide Yvonne Smith.

1 of 6 - Pictured (l-r) is Ashton Riley, Myla Couch, and Medisa Pelep with samples of the cards they made.

three students

2 of 6 - Pictured is Ashton Riley proudly showing off some of the cards he made to fulfill orders from staff.


3 of 6 - Pictured (l-r) is Educational Aide Tina Larison assisting Myla Couch with preparing some of the decals for ironing on to the face masks.


4 of 6 - Pictured is Medisa Pelep ironing on decals to face masks.


5 of 6 - Pictured is a sample of the cards made by Mr. Tincher's students.

face masks

6 of 6 - Pictured is a sample of the masks students decorated.

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