It is personally satisfying to me to work with the students and teachers in District 57. I am driven to do my very best for them. Through collaboration with the teachers, I was able to determine their needs, from gathering and preparing materials to providing extra help in the classroom. I demonstrated cooperation and
As we highly believe in education and its prominence role in building a better community, we are inspired to do the school bag project. It basically a bag with books and school supplies for kids who can not afford it. It is very important every child reaps the benefits of education which can overturn their lives and
Mike Sadle is the owner of Mike’s Wrecker Service in Huntsville, Alabama. Mike has been providing tow services in the Huntsville and the surrounding areas for the past 20 plus years. During that span, Mike has experienced firsthand the growth and evolution of the towing industry. The purpose of this project was to help Mike identify an area in his business where a significant contribution could be made to increase the overall success of the company. The goal was to present Mike’s Wrecker Service with a telematics solution that will not only bring added value to the company but also provide a significant competitive advantage.
Through a written Profile of Lacy Elementary School, Special Situations Analysis of the School Cafeteria I was able to analyze their current situation. Through my observations, I will explain issues and factors of student, teacher/staff, and environmental characteristics. Continuing, I will assess the current incentives and consequences, along with the
I’ve dedicated Tuesdays and Fridays to mentoring 9th-graders about making their high school experience easier. My brother’s compassion leads me to mentor another class of special needs students. My passion for giving back to the less fortunate has led me to be a spokeswoman for the "Promise of Gwinnett" campaign and to speak in front of the GA Board of Education about my experiences with education. I made connections and strengthened my relationships with the underappreciated cafeteria staff and custodians through the Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy (CLA) as we threw them a celebration for their service. Every day I’ve been selling candy for CLA to raise money for a scholarship for those in need of financial aid. But my biggest success that triumphs in my heart is my dedication to Holiday
Through these actions to Challenge the Process Bethune had started to really take shape and through her success she Enabled Others to Act. They acted through their action to foster collaboration by promoting cooperative goals and building trust. She also strengthens others by sharing power and discretion. Bethune knew in order for her vision to be successful she had to get the community engaged in the work she was going. She was able to have enough volunteers to clear the debris from the newly purchased land. She was able to beg for used bricks and other supplies for the new school house and she traded labor of the men for the tuition of their families. Bethune was never too prideful to ask for help she would give talks at hotels or her and the students would sing for the guest, she would even go from door to door to ask for money. She soon learned that a lot of rich white men and white women 's societies supported the school.
The formality of honoring both new members of the board and newly hired teachers was surprising to me. Swearing in three new board members, the electies proudly posed for a picture with their family members. Afterwards, the meeting turned to honoring the new county teachers. I was surprised that
Students in Katherine Owen's language arts classes at Chagrin Falls Intermediate School were challenged this year to complete a “Make a Difference” project. Sixth grader Celia Hawk decided to set up a “Little Free Library” for the CFIS school cafeteria, where students in grades 4-6 could stop by to take a book to read and leave a book for others. After discussing the project with Principal Sarah Read, Celia learned that students at JM Gallagher School on Cleveland's near west-side were in the process of building their own Little Free Library in a new community garden located next to the school. Celia decided to collect
Quinn Adams ’99 our Director of Development together with the Enrollment Management Committee, the PTO Board, and the Financial Committee is leading the Adams Elementary School campaign. It supports the School’s development priorities about which Quinn is most passionate, including the expansion of our building to accommodate our educational ministry, the addition of a formal Science program to supplement our new textbooks, and increased tuition assistance. We request support, thank all for your continued generosity, and want you to know that all commitments made toward these priorities will help Adams Catholic Elementary School continue it’s committed to developing life-long learners to meet today’s challenges and become tomorrow’s
The school board meeting for the schools of Palm Beach County was overall an organized event. The meeting opened with different individuals simply sharing about some different events in the schools. The first speaking was a member of the board who spoke about HBCU and all of the potential and positives the school had. She was very passionate about her subject. The next speaker was a woman from the school who attended a school even about 9/11 where the boy scouts read all of the names of the victims in the cemetery and placing medal all of the graves. Mrs. Brill was very excited about the event and expressed her proudness and hope that the event will become a tradition. All of these speakers will well prepared and you could see their passion on the subjects they spoke to the board about. The next section of the meeting was the proclamations and presentations. The first proclamation was again HBCU. The proclamation said that September of 2015 would be historical black history month. This movement was followed by one that asked the board to make September 15th to October 15th 2015 hispanic heritage month. This movement came with a video about all the statistics about hispanic children in U.S. schools and an award given to the hispanic teacher of the year. In the next movement the board was asked to name September 17th constitution day and September 21st through the 25th celebrate freedom week. Following this the board was asked to make September National PTA membership month,
This year our goal is to provide the 100 children in the area with school supplies at our No Child Left Behind Fair, Saturday, August 30, 2014 10:00am-1:30pm. It is our desire to find others in the community who will partner with us to provide
There were many topics that were discussed at this meeting. The first section of the meeting was reports about the food service and financial standing of the school district. The food service report states that they have distributed 20,000 more breakfast meals than this time last year, yet they have
On Friday September 23rd, 2016, I volunteered at East Lincoln Elementary School in Tullahoma, Tennessee. During that time, I assisted with office communication, cut math flashcards for tutorials, and organized the donations for the clothes closet for indigent students. In this paper, I will analyze the communication patterns, organizational patterns, and development of East Lincoln Elementary School.
It is my honor and privilege to work alongside the many current and previous school-based coordinators that paved the way to our 25th year. For a quarter of a century, many Kentucky schools have had access to the services provided by the FRYSC program and have witnessed positive outcomes for students, families, and local communities.
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