Peninsula High held our annual Walk for Life cancer awareness event on Friday, February 22.
The event kicked off with a carnival in our amphitheater at lunch which included 100 clubs selling food and drinks.
Many students donated 8" or more of their hair for children suffering from hair loss due to cancer or other medical issues.
After lunch we gathered in the football stadium for our Rose Ceremony to remember members of our Panther Family who have lost
their battle with cancer, followed by the check presentation ceremony.
Our Panther Family raised $42,000 for our beneficiaries - City of Hope and Cancer Care Community!
After throwing a cloud of purple powder up into the air with a shout of "HOPE", the students and staff walked from the school to Highridge Park
to help raise community awareness. Thank you to all of the local businesses that sponsored our event!