We will encourage our school friends to donate their unwanted items over the course of 3 weeks. We will then sort and distribute the items to the new community project.
We will begin by reaching out to senior citizens we know and have spoken with. Then, we plan to work with local senior groups and veteran's associations to conduct interviews. We will make the interviews into short audio clips and share some with local elementary and middle schools educators to integrate into their respective history lessons. We hope to bring inspiration and positive feelings to help students learn more about their local history, appreciate it, and perhaps make history more fun.
Starting off, the students will work in teams to highlight the issue of deforestation and specific effects on local communities--especially farmers, students, and the environment. Then, after drafting papers, they will make presentations among their peers and finally to their community. They will then plan a day of community gathering where they will make their presentations to community leaders and their families and plant tree saplings around their targeted area of their school and a local forest.
To stop vandalism and destruction, and encourage school beautification, the class will create 1-minute skit presentations showing various instances of the actions taking place, and record them using a video camera. These videos will then be put onto CDs and distributed to other classrooms so other students can be made aware and encouraged to stop their negative behavior. They also plan to start "junior janitors" to have students make sure their peers are not littering or wasting food at lunchtime. To promote kind behavior and "the golden rule," they will make posters around the school with positive messages.
This project is about raising awareness through human trafficking awareness marches, seminars, and events to be hosted across the country and in Ethiopia and Argentina. In Los Angeles, we plan to host a seminar specifically targeting the issue of child trafficking here in Los Angeles. We will host survivors and speakers, such as clinical pyschologists and social workers who work in the field.
Our project as club from benjamin wiliam mkapa located DSM was a Garden! As a club we were wishing to have a garden so school was decided to give us and that garden, need a dfrn thngs and caring such as planting of flowers and trees and irrigation of that garden we hope to do a lot of things as club! As our motto:together we can, Thenks
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We started by designing and distributing flyers to parents and students alike. We had students wrap their donation in the form of Christmas presents, and then we systematically organized the clothes based on age and size that were labelled on the packages. After our Christmas break we distributed the clothes to the orphanages.
Now that we have an established relationship, we noticed that although the organization has several raised planter beds, they are not currently using the space. So, we collected egg cartons and planted vegetable seedlings which will be planted several weeks from now. We also will paint tin cans and use them to plant succulents for gifts.
This month, we will create colorful inspirational rocks for use in a garden or as decoration. Our wish for this project is to provoke good thoughts and emotions for the kids we are serving who may be discouraged and feeling unsettled. By decorating the rocks we kept our drawings positive, we hope that we will give them courage and happiness throughout their transitional time.