In preparation for this, me and my partner teamed up to deliver toys, art supplies, and homemade cards to be delivered to our
Completed in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of OM 7170 – The Developing Leader Capella University August, 2004
Chapter President Andrea DiMayo adds that the learning began well before the event itself. “We held a taco dinner called ‘Taco ‘Bout Philanthropy,’ where we heard personal stories about cystic fibrosis.”
The makeup of the meeting was the Tupelo swim team, local bible group, and a small business groups, police officers and local citizens and the city council. The meeting was called to order by President Lynn Bryan. Mayor’s report was next, which included with awards The Tupelo High Swim Team; they won state title ten years in a row, so the mayor gave a plague to the coach of the team for dedication to the school and the sport. Next was the small business award, which went to a high school classmate of mine, she owns a furniture company in the west Tupelo, MS. The business has been in operation for six years and continues to attract buyers to the Tupelo area. The last award went to a bible study group, (Dear Hearts), who continues to give to the less fortunate and asked the mayor for a special day of the year to honor their organization. The organization received an award plus and a calendar date for their organization called a Complaint Free World Day. That day will be celebrated the Wednesday before Thanksgiving in the city of Tupelo each year. The mayor gave rights to the Chickasaw Indian culture to place a heritage museum along the Tupelo Natchez Trace Parkway. There were Chickasaw two representatives there to except the
Our group, which consisted of Ricardo Carrillo, Emilee Cocuzzo, Sidd Dogra, Wurood Mandawi, and Trung Ngo, worked collectively on putting on a successful bingo and bake sale night for the YMCA. We ended up raising $ to help with the teenagers of the YMCA to go on their annual college trip during the summer.
School fetes have always been a highlight in Covenant life. Held every 2- 3 years, they were used as a fundraiser in our early years. Relying heavily on the time and skills of parents; sausages and oranges were enjoyed by many as students and locals enjoyed the comradery that came with festival rides, croquet, performances and fun. Today our fetes have developed into something much larger, and staff and parents put together a terrific weekend inviting people all over the region to get a taste for the life of
As a Pastor, City Councilman, and active members of BAHEP and North Galveston County Chamber of Commerce; I feel your support and participation will make the event a memorable day for all. For more information on the sponsorship and celebrities, please check out web page at www.gnhmbc.org, we strive to have a positive influence on our county and our community. Your involvement will make this year’s event an extra special celebration.
A plan for leadership, or, an analysis of leadership, were the two options available for the final portfolio project of class ORG 561, Examination of Modern Leadership. I selected option number 2, a plan for leadership, in which a new organizational leadership plan will be presented and developed in an effort to provide guidance to upper management to address a number of organizational concerns. The portfolio will entail an evaluation of an overflowing pediatric emergency department facing the challenges of meeting capacity needs as well as the needs of staff members. Specific issues to be addressed include high staff turnover, ineffective continuing education opportunities, poor communication channels between staff and
The toy drive will run through November 30 and there are boxes for collection in the Center for Student Involvement as well as the Business building, the Art department and the Math Department. The toys should not include weapons or violent references. This toy drive is in partnership with the Noyes Home in St.
An example of my leadership experience is when I volunteered at Saint Stephen's Food Pantry, where we reached out into the community to help those in need like the homeless and low-income families. At the pantry, I'm in charge of signing in and pulling out the person's file. Aside from doing what I am assigned, I also help translate since I am trilingual. Because I can speak multiple languages, I am able to interact not only with the people who volunteer there but also with the people that come to have their basic needs met. I have volunteered for a long time at the pantry, many of the people who come recognize me and I recognize them. For instance, when I see them, I can immediately pull out their file because I know who they are. From this
The interesting about The Red Cross Leadership Development Camp is that it offers me to gain a leadership skills, meet new people, and share my ideas to the group. Also, it is a great opportunity for the high schoolers to gain communication skills and confidence.
Throughout the last few school years, the parent involvement committee has grown to host monthly family events. I have been around
On Thursday we will be having our Polar Express. Please have your child wear their pajamas on this day. Our Christmas party is the nest day on Friday, December 18, 2015. Our party will be in our classrooms from 10:00a.m. - 11:00 a.m. We will be having snacks and playing Christmas games in our rooms on this day. We need your help in getting snacks for our classroom. We will also need one bag of individually wrapped candy. Be sure to send enough candy for 24 students. We will be doing a present swap game. Boys need to bring a $5.00 boy gift, and girls need to bring a $5.00 girl gift. Please send these items to school by Wednesday, December 16, 2015.
My project is going to entail two main parts. The first part is volunteering at the Orchard Place, a child’s mental health facility. We will help at the afterschool program on Wednesday October 12th. While there, we will help children with homework, read to them, and play/interact with them. The second part involves bringing a gift basket full of school supplies to the Orchard Place as a donation when we visit. The Orchard Place puts on the program we are volunteering for every Wednesday. The program is designed to give children a place to go after early release from school on Wednesdays so they are not going home to an empty house. Since children are in need of homework help at the Orchard place, our donation of school supplies will help better their mental health by providing them with the tools
A slice of pizza, a cheeseburger, chicken strips, chocolate milk, French fries, or spaghetti: these all may sound like delicious options, but are they healthy to be serving students for school lunch? All of these foods are common items one might find in a school lunch line, whether it is elementary, middle, or high school. Normally these foods may not be seen as nutritional, and because of this, school lunches are often not viewed as healthy. The people who have this opinion about school lunches may not know the facts and the guidelines that food and nutrition departments need to follow when cooking for students. Thus, it is important that the lunches served to students are nutritious and healthy for them so that they can perform