Friends of Rachel Club

The Friends of Rachel Club is composed of a series of student empowering and educator motivating programs.  The programs and volunteer events are based on the writings and life of 17 year-old Rachel Scott who was the first student killed at Columbine High School in 1999. Rachel left a legacy of reaching out to those who were different, who were picked on by others, or who were new at her school. Shortly before her death she wrote, 

"I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go." 

The elements of the school improvement process are designed to create a culture of kindness and compassion and to equip students and adults with resources to insure that their schools are safe, caring and supportive learning environments essential for academic achievement.




Current/Upcoming Volunteer Events:

Jack-O-Lantern Festival - October 14th 
Eli Whitney Halloween Party - October 20th 4:30-7:30
Parkman Monster Mash Volunteers - October 20th 5:30-8:15 

Students interested in the after school mentoring program at Enfield Street School may now sign up in the Career Center. 



Past Volunteer Events: 
Enfield Street School Junior Teachers 
Pancake Breakfast 12/17 7-10:30 
Parent/Teacher Conference Volunteers 11/30 6-8:30
Schoology Ambassadors 
Food Shelf on 12/17 from 10-1
Tree Decorating for Enfield Women's Club to Benefit the Enfield Food Shelf
EHS Tours for the Class of 1971 
EHS Tours of the new building at the beginning of school 
Jack O' Lantern Festival 
Ice Cream Social at Eli Whitney
Enfield Family day at the town green
EHS Spirit Week
Baked for the EHS Custodians 
Flowers for the EHS Administrative Assistants
Assisted with Open House Night 
Enfield Street School's Boo Bash 
Eli Whitney's Halloween Party 
Parkman's Monster Mash