On Saturday, November 5, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Rolesville High School will host the third annual Reindeer Day shopping event. This holiday vendor and craft event has more than doubled in size since its first year. This year, vendors will occupy the school’s main gym, line the hallways and fill the cafeteria.
Admission will be $2, and the money raised will be used to fund a scholarship program for Rolesville High School seniors.
This is the perfect time to get holiday shopping done or to just look around. Boosters will have concessions open and sell lunch. Vendors will have all kinds of items for sale, and there promises to be something for everyone. Examples of things for sale are jewelry, candles, monogrammed items, home décor, clothing and more.
Child care will be provided by Rolesville High School’s Student Government Association.
The event is put together by Rolesville High School’s Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA). Anyone who fits into those three categories is welcome to join. Annual dues are $10 for parents and $5 for students. The PTSA, which meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m., supports the school in many ways by providing meals to teachers on half-days and putting on the honor roll breakfast for students.
A strong PTSA sends a positive message to our community and provides needed support to our school. The power of parents and teachers working together in the school community can be tremendous.