Freedom Middle School Get Connected Night! (An evening for the 7th-8th graders to acquaint the incoming 7th graders with FMS.
Our project is helping the people understand the true beauty of what is around them. by setting up a table and helping our incoming 7th graders build bird feeders out of the school recycling, we are helping inform educated students about the needs of the environment. We also put out a plastic jar for donations to our club to help with next year's projects. By helping with this event, we are educating students about mother nature's requirements and about how we can help. Most of all, by helping our incoming 7th graders build bird feeders is a way to let them keep a mindful memory and feed the birds of the wild.
We will get various type of plants to plant outside in this garden. These plants should be able to resist the elements. We will also use various tools such as shovels to help us dig holes. We are planning on putting many rocks around the garden with positive messages on them. Lastly, we will put benches and other areas to sit in for students in the garden.
Students will run a food drive, gather food, and deliver it to the two food pantries.
Celebrate Help A Horse Day with the ASPCA at F.R.I.E.N.D.S. on Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
We will donate Sweet Cases to Brown County Human Services for area foster youth. We will publicize the donation in the local newspaper.
The young entrepreneurs will be engaging with their local communities through the Roots & Shoots Formula Toolkit. Planned events aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals build on the SDG "Heroes for Change" comic series where the participants will earn a badge for each of the Sustainable Development Goal activities that they participate in - eg Mother Earth Day and World Environment Day (22 April and 5 June) which support Goals 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production and 13 Climate Action - both days are focussed on Act to end Plastic - Beat Plastic Pollution.
Once I had a clear vision of the program I wanted to create I sought out experts in the field of Library Science for advice. I contacted Ms. Amy Paino, a Children's Librarian at the Yorba Linda Public Library, who mentored me through the process of building a literacy program that would be both educational and entertaining. I reached out to high school students from four different high schools with experience in theater, creative writing and design and invited them to join me in the creation process. I recruited volunteers to help sew costumes and props. I reached out to local businesses such as Sherwin Williams and Staples for donations of supplies which were generously donated. After three months of creation and rehearsal "Read a Story, Change a Life", is now a reality!
We have been doing awareness campaigns at schools, villages and other areas ! Visiting hospitals and arranging seminars to end this menace ! If you support us we can come to other developed countries and take our work further ahead with your kindness and guidance! Humanity lies beyond everything ! We wish to take it further by spreading awareness regarding Tuberculosis and other preventable diseases! Moreover I also wish to work for women empowerment and child education ! I would like Dr Jane to have a kind look at my project and support me ! You can also see our website www.vfaht.org for further details! Regards , Dr.Atika Maryam
Take elementary school students outside and engage them with the environment. The goal would be to inspire these students to protect and become advocates for the environment.