St. John the Baptist D.H.S’. “Showers of Kindness” in Honor of Mother’s Day
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By Chris Boyle
Published: May 19 2021
Students collected new baby items to be donated to the families served by The Wyandanch Health Center.
Photo by: St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School
St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School recently hosted, “Showers of Kindness” in honor of Mother’s Day. The Student Council led this effort to collect new baby items to be donated to the families served by The Wyandanch Health Center.
This center is one of 42 Health Centers run by Sun River Health on Long Island, NYC, and the Hudson Valley that serve so many moms and their babies in our community. The moms are in dire need of items for their newborns and toddlers.
For further information or any questions please contact Joanne Jones, Director of Advancement, at 631-587-8000 ext. 176 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School
1,200 students attend St. John the Baptist DHS, a college preparatory Catholic High School located on the south shore in West Islip. As part of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, St. John’s offers a value-centered education that recognizes the unique talents and abilities of each child, while fostering a school environment that challenges students to reach their true potential. Open since 1966, St. John’s offers a rigorous curriculum and extensive activity and athletic programs. Students have the opportunity to take numerous Advanced Placement classes and 99% of St. John’s graduates continue on to higher education. For Mission Statement and additional information: http://www.stjohnthebaptistdhs.net.