Peer Assistance and Leadership
PAL is a service based organization that mentors elementary and middle school students and gives then a safe and confidential environment for them to expand their interests and skills. Boles PAL are committed to being a productive service to the community, every six-week period each PAL is required to do a number of service hours. Once a year the PAL group undertakes a Christmas project to help support local families in the community by providing toys and food for the holidays.
2018-19 PALs left to Right, Josh Ward, Jack Wayt, Mateo Diera, Brian Hinojos,
Josh Henderson, Shawn Burke, Sarah Hernandez, Tristan Mizell, Adreana Nunez, Blaine Lewis
Alexis Griffith, Sofia Munoz, Olivia Moreland, Jordan McGahan
PAL would like to thank everyone who participated in the canned food drive and the Christmas Tree Project. With your participation and donations, we were able to help 12 families and 19 children giving them a wonderful Christmas.
PAL students volunteering at the “My Funny Valentine” concert of the Greenville Entertainment Series.
Fall Festival: Cake walk.
For the second year in a row, the PAL students have collected funds to donate to St. Jude’s Hospital. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the fight against childhood cancer.
For the 3rd year in a row, the PAL students have volunteered to host a rest area for the Cotton Patch Challenge Bicycle Rally.
Today the PAL students worked on trusting each other, after a brief lesson on trust.
Team work: working together to create a better PAL group.
The PAL students worked hard to create “welcome” bags for all teachers and staff at BHS.