The popular Holiday Breakfast with the Arts could not take place as usual this year at Port Clinton High School because of social distancing concerns with COVID-19, so students will still spread holiday cheer to residents of the school district age 60 and older.
On Monday, Dec. 14, there will be a drive-through breakfast, and no tickets are required. Beginning at 9 a.m., guests can cruise along the front drive of the high school to hear small groups of high school and middle school musicians performing. The high school’s Leadership Council will distribute a no contact mini-breakfast to visitors in their cars while supplies last. Guests should enter the high school’s main drive off Tenth Street and exit onto Jefferson Street. The National Honor Society is working with Santa to join in the fun!
Port Clinton City School District worked to develop a plan for the safety of students and guests that has been approved by the Ottawa County Health Department. The Holiday Breakfast is a popular event that allows students to show their appreciation to residents of the school district and showcase the Port Clinton Schools’ nationally-recognized music program. To see details visit www.pccsd.net.
Port Clinton City School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education since 2019.