The “Elf Rescue” Begins

With the holiday season just around the corner, Arrowhead High School is finding ways to celebrate. Christmas decorations are displayed throughout the Warhawk Trading Post and North Campus commons. Clubs like Forensics and JSA are hosting holiday parties open to group members. 


More specifically, Arrowhead staff Deborah Paradowski and Kathy Cullinan are coordinating opportunities for clubs to get into holiday spirit through the Elf Rescue. 


The Elf Rescue Mission, which begins December 11th, is a nationwide effort to rescue all of the rogue elves that escaped from the North Pole. The goal is to return them to Santa’s workshop just in time for the Holidays. 


Pictures of Elf’s Buddy the Elf are numbered and hidden throughout both North and South Campus for Arrowhead Staff to find. The numbers correspond with a gift basket provided by extracurricular clubs. 


Staff were notified of the event taking place. 


Cullinan says, “An email was sent to the staff advisors last week.” 


The email included an attachment with information on what the Elf Rescue Mission is, which can be found here.


Suggested themes include movie nights, Italian dinner, gardening, chocolate, teachers favorites, and many more. 


Cullinan says, “So far Student Senate, Peers for Peers, NHS, Spanish Honor Society, and SLAM have donated baskets. Six clubs are participating but all were asked.” 


Interested clubs were required to fill out a google form. Gift baskets were due to the North Campus main office by December 9th in time to display for the December 12th hunt.