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Page 77 text:
Students and Teachers Cross the Border
On Dec. 28, 2000, 1 1 students and 2 teachers from SHCP
went on the road, destined for Nicaragua. After their van broke
down and they sat through a short layover in Miami, they
landed in Managua, the capital of Nicaragua.
As they drove through the capital, they saw the depth
of Nicaraguals poverty. Bullet shells lined the street, oxen
pulled carts, and children sniffed glue. The group visited Volcan
Masaya, one ofthe active volcanoes, and Pochomil, a gorgeous
beach city on the Caribbean coast.
They brought in the New Year in Masacuapa, another
small beach city. After taking a tour of the lake and other
tourist sites, they began their service Work.
They arrived in Le Concepcion, where they worked at an
orphanage. Two groups helped add a room for the girls and a
kitchen for the boys in the orphanage. Another SHCP group
built a home for a poor family.
On their day off, the group hiked through the rainforest,
amazed by the exotic monkeys and lush scenery. The next
day, they were off to another orphanage Where the children
were very happy to join in playing soccer and other games.
This was an enlightening and endearing experience for
all Who were a part of this trip. At the end of the trip, they
were sad to leave but also happy to come home.
Senior Jackie LaPrevotte poses
with some ofthe children from
the orphanage. Playing with
the children was one of the
highlights of the trip.
Junior Michael Sabella plays
with one of the children at
the orphanage. This gave
the SHCP students as well
as the orphanagels children
a bonding experience.
Nicaragua Service Trip
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Juniors Roberto Cabrera,
Michael Sabella, Alexander
Healy, Seniors Crystal
Stermer, Jackie LaPrevotte,
and Leslie Thai pose
for the camera.The group
visited Lake Nicaragua
as well as many other
attractions on their day
Harrison poses with
some ofthe children from
the orphanage. The children
and many of the towns-
people were grateful for
the Work they did.
Junior Roberto Cabrera and
Senior Aaron Buchbinder take
a break from remodeling the
kitchen of an orphanage. The
children at the orphanage
were appreciative ofthe hard
Work the students did for
Page 78 text:
Freshmen Come Together in Spirit
Being a Freshman isn't always easy. They are dropped into
a new setting, lacking the comforts of their old school and are
forced to adjust to high school life. Those first few months can
seem like a year.
Making friends can be one ofthe hardest challenges for
Freshmen to face. Most Freshmen have a small group of friends
entering SHCP. However, due to scheduling, they find them-
selves knowing few, of the classmates with whom they share
The Freshmen Retreat is designed to bring Freshmen
together and make new friends. This year art projects, coopera-
tive games, and other activities were used to make the Freshmen
interact with one another during the Freshmen Retreat.
Upperclass retreat leaders also helped the Freshmen
relax and act naturally without worrying about adults watching
them. The atmosphere was designed to be as supportive as
possible to the Freshmen.
Overall, the Freshmen Retreat was considered a
success this year. Both Freshmen and Retreat Leaders had a
wonderful time and the retreat went smoothly. Freshmen with
their newfound friends talked loudly with one another and
looked forward to an exciting and better tomorrow with their
an art project. Activities
like this art project
drew Freshmeninto the
Lilittham exhibits a
positive attitude and
energy going into the
retreat. The Freshmen
about the retreat.
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