Servite High School hosted Mayor Tom Tait, representatives from the City of Anaheim and project partner, Everyday Energy for a ribbon cutting ceremony, Tuesday morning. Servite High School was recently gifted 154 solar panel modules as part of the Capital Campaign. These panels span two rooftops are expected to provide 10% of the campuses power and save $15,000 of energy cost annually. The system was funded in part by a grant from the City of Anaheim’s Solar Power for Schools Program and a donation from Everyday Energy.
Pictured: Mayor Tom Tait and City of Anaheim representatives
Pictured: Pete Bowen, Mayor Tom Tait, Everyday Energy CEO Scott Sarem, Jim Carter, Steve Beaird, John Martin
Pictured: Pete Bowen, Mayor Tom Tait, Everyday Energy CEO Scott Sarem
(Photo credit: Chris Taylor, Everyday Energy)
Another year has gone by and the class of 2013 is ready to graduate. Although they all have amazing stories to tell we felt like sharing some of them with you! Read some of their stories on their Servite experience by clicking here.
Esen Harris, Junior, started his organization Old Cleats New Feats to reward less fortunate children with a pair of shoes. The mission statement for this organization is “We support and serve any children, regardless of race, creed or national origin. We are a non-profit organization. Soon to be official.” Esen has collected many pairs of shoes and is reaching out the Servite community to donate shoes to those who really need it.
Esen’s next project this summer is to send equipment to the Ivory Coast. For more information on the organization or how to donate visit http://www.oldcleatsnewfeats.com/
Senior Day of Memories/Awards Night:
Servite celebrated the class of 2013 yesterday, with the Senior Day of Memories in the morning and the Senior Awards Night in the evening. Watch the recap of the Senior Day of memories above.
For a photo album of the Senior Day of Memories Click Here
For a photo album of the Senior Awards Night Click Here