Make a wish upon a star... or maybe give a wish to Student Council. Soon everybody
(including teachers, students, and any school worker) in the school will be able to make a wish.
The goal is to be able to grant as many wishes as possible, but each person is only allowed
When Student Council receives these wishes, they get separated into two piles: unrealistic
and realistic. When they determine the realistic wishes, they put them into different ranges of do-ability.
They get sectioned into low, middle, and high ranges. They will try their best to get as many wishes as
they can get done.
“My goal is to include everyone and boost motivation in the school,” said junior and
Project Manager Ellie Lyons. Ellie Lyons had found this idea during a workshop type event over summer.
Apparently this has gone very well at another school within Pennsylvania. Red Lion has decided to give this a shot,
especially in trying to increase student morale.
The coolest part about wish week is how a person will receive a wish. They will not know
ahead of time, instead, it will just happen. "I want to fulfill a wish to make somebodies life better,"
said Student Council Supervisor Mrs. Dennish.
Can’t think of a wish? No problem. This week long event is a bit away.
Some ideas to wish for could be a coffee delivered in the morning, the ability to park really
close to the school, or anything else that is realistic.
The week being dedicated to wishes will be from March 18 to the 21.