Santa and his elves: PCHS National Honor Society members Halee Jones, Ericka Castillo, Chris Weaver and Molly Haberman.
The largest crowd to date, over two hundred local residents, attended the Port Clinton High School Holiday Breakfast with the Arts on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Residents of the Port Clinton City School District, age 60 and older, enjoyed a breakfast followed by special performances of the PCHS band, choir and orchestra. The school district has hosted the event for twelve years and attendance grows each year. The event showcases Port Clinton High School’s students and is a way to give back to the local community.
Crowd at the Holiday Breakfast with the Arts
The guests were welcomed by Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, and Gary Steyer, PCHS Principal. Following the breakfast meal prepared by Nyla Denman, Director of Food Services, guests were entertained by the Port Clinton High School Choirs under the direction of Eric Watts. The orchestra under the direction of Brian Stitak also performed as well as the concert band directed by Rod Miller. More pictures of the event are posted at www.pccsd.net or the Port Clinton City School District Facebook page.
Students from Port Clinton High School organizations such as Leadership Council, DECA and the National Honor Society helped to host the event. DECA donated several door prizes for the audience with National Honor Society students helping as Santa and his elves. Local residents enjoyed the morning concert which has become a holiday tradition at Port Clinton High School.