Power Flower


“Changing lives by putting POWER in the FLOWER.”

Power Flower is a Life and Health Science project created to bring cancer patients joy with beautiful flowers, handmade by students at Lanier using water bottles. 

Why? Cancer causes patients to have a weak immune system that can’t fight fungal spores harbored in fresh flowers and plants, which could lead to infection.

Meetings are held every Friday during the second half of academy time (9:20-10:20) in Mr. Pryor’s Room (705).  Stella Choi will be in there to answer any questions you have and give you more information if you would like to join.

What are Some Things We Do at Meetings?

  • Cut bottles into flowers
  • Paint wooden sticks green for the stem of flowers
  • Hot glue pom poms to put in the middle of the flowers
  • Spray paint cut flowers
  • Spray paint cut vases (unused bottom of the bottle)
  • Create labels with inspiring quotes for the flowers

Gaining Community Service Hours

  • By bringing a bag of 60 clean water bottles to Mr. Pryor’s room during academy, you can gain 1 HOUR of community service.

The WES Leukemia Research Foundation has partnered with Lanier High School to teach Lanier students about non-profits, the need for research, and creating awareness.

Click this link to learn more about WES: http://www.wheneveryonesurvives.org/


How to Make a Water Bottle Flower

Batch of water bottles and vases made during the 2016-2017 school year.

Flowers in vases

Contact Information

  • Remind 101: Text @powflopro to 81010 to get reminders about meetings
  • Instagram: Wesfoundation
  • Twitter: @PowerFlowerPro
  • Facebook: @PowerFlowerProject

Donations of…

  • Spray Paint
  • Bottles of Regular Paint
  • Kabob sticks
  • Yellow/Orange Pom-Poms (medium size)
  • Cardboard boxes
  • Large Plastic Bags

…would be greatly appreciated!!! 🙂

Power Flower T-Shirts are being sold for $15.00!!! 




Remind 101

Join the StuCo Remind 101 to be updated with information about meetings, events, etc.

Text “@laniersc” to 810-10  🙂

Class Officers/Student Body Election Results 2017-18 School Year

A big thank you goes out to all of all of the students who participated in the Student Body/Class Officer Election process as well. This shows that you all care about making LHS the best place to Learn, Lead, and Succeed!

Congratulations to your 2017-2018 Student Council Exec Board and Class officers:

Sophomore Class

Class President: Kaylee Avila

Class Vice President: Elle Downey

Junior Class

Class President: 

Class Vice President: Andy Cole

Class Secretary:

Class Historian: Jasmine McCammon

Herd Representative: Bentley Mottlau

Senior Class

Class President: Ausin Paschall

Class Vice President: Jess L’Hommedieu

Class Secretary: Lexy Richardson

Class Historian: Katie Monahan

Herd Representatives: Aidan Jones, Grace Trujillo, Hailee Ouimette, Joshua Overly

Student Body

Executive President: Maria Cardoso

1st Vice President: Gabe Cranor

2nd Vice President: Joseph Seibert

Executive Secretary: Quincy Olocha

Public Relations Coordinator: Cat Fernandes

School Pride Coordinator: Jeff Wang

Parliamentarian: Nika Kalhori

Webmaster: Stella Choi


Party with a Purpose!

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Thank you to those of you who all attended! We hope that you had a great time. Photobooth pictures will be uploaded soon 🙂