Renaissance, Spanish Club host activities for students


Aurora Rodriguez, Staff Writer

BHS Renaissance Club and Spanish Club have new fundraisers and rewards for students.

Spanish Club has brought back the Pulsera Project, where they sell bracelets to raise money. The bracelets are being sold during each lunch hour. Spanish Club will be selling the bracelets up until next Friday, Nov. 22.

“My favorite part of the Pulsera Project is being able to raise money for people in need,” senior Noelia Roman said.

The bracelets each cost $5 and will go towards providing shelter, food, clothes, and everything alike for children in need.

Meanwhile, Renaissance is working on new rewards for Renaissance card holders and planning an assembly to take place early next month on Dec. 6.

“We’re preparing another ice cream reward for students that have Renaissance cards and planning the upcoming assembly. I really like being part of Renaissance because I can get a say in how students are rewarded and I like the teachers,” sophomore Jay Ellis said.

Renaissance will also be putting together a spirit week that will lead up to the assembly.