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16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
Wish Week


Winter Wish Week

January 23-29

Student Government will be sponsoring Winter Wish Week from Monday, January 23, to Saturday, January 29.

Throughout the Wish Week, Smoky Hill will be working with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado to grant the wish of a child in the Smoky Hill community with a life threatening illness.  The child and their family will attend our Pep Assembly on Friday, January 28. 

We have a large number of events taking place throughout the week to raise money for Make-A-Wish Colorado.


2017 Wish Week Schedule


Monday – January 23 (Green)

  • Dress Day - Denver Broncos vs. Not Super Bowl 50 Champions
  • Chipotle Night - 5:00 - 8:00 pm - Chipotle on Buckey & Quincy
  • Trivia Bowl @ 7:00 pm in Cafeteria.  Sponsored by National English Honor Society.  Teams of 1-6 people can enter.  $2 per person entry fee.  Sign up at the door.


Tuesday – January 24 (Red)

  • Dress Day - Surf vs. Snow
  • Miracle Minute – After announcements during 2R.  Classes will be asked to donate to Make-A-Wish Colorado to support Andalyn's wish.  Class that collects the most money will win breakfast burritos.
  • Dodgeball Tournament @ 7:00 pm – West Gym.  Co-Ed Teams.  Team Registration forms are in the Activities Office


Wednesday – January 25 (Green)

  • Dress Day - Tacky or Classy - Dress up or Dress down
  • DECA Marketplace – 1:30 to 3:30 pm - East Gym


Thursday – January 26 (Red)

  • Dress Day - Battle of the Bands - Wear your favorite band's t-shirt
  • Jimmy John's Night - 5:00 - 8:00 pm - Qunicy & Buckley location​
  • Mr. and Ms. Smoky Hill @ 7:00 pm – Auditorium


Friday – January 27 (Green)

  • Dress Day = Smoky Hill Spirit Day
    • 9 = Green
    • 10 = Red
    • 11 = Black
    • 12 = White
  • Pep Assembly – Sponsored by Student Government @ 1:25 pm – West Gym
  • Lip Dub @ 2:30 pm – Video shoot after pep assembly


Saturday – January 28

  • Winter Dance @ 8:00 to 11:00 pm – West Gym.
  • Tickets $10 with Activity Fee Paid.  $15 without Activity Fee.
  • Tickets on Sale All Week during lunches
  • Dance guest registrations due by January 19. Winter Dance 16 Registration


Other Fundraising Events:


Jimmy John's – Change for Change

Change collection jars are in the Activities Hall during lunches.

Jimmy John’s will provide a free sandwich to all students in the winning class (500+ sandwiches!). 

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