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Our PreKindergarten Program has adopted a year-long Kindness Project. We will seek out kindness in everyday life and help spread kindness to all people, animals, plants and our earth. This will include our immediate community at school and hopefully expand to local, national, and global experiences. We wish to spread kindness, compassion, empathy, and a caring spirit through words, verbal and written as well as through action, with hands-on, interactive trips outside of our classroom. We will show
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This is an on-going project, but we wanted it to be our Community Service for December and January. The mom of one of my students is a sailor on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower Aircraft Carrier. In addition to our K 9 donation, we are writing letters to Ms. Walcott, her sailor friends and sending a large care package for Christmas. These activities will span during December 2017 and January 2018.
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We will build a community and friendships by visiting each other schools and planning fun events together with the children of the special needs Pink Crocodile school and charity.
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We will meet at the Clinton Children’s Library and have grief specialists on hand as we create art with children in hospice as a means to work through some of the unbearable pain they are experiencing. We’ll also play and interact with them and their parents as they work through some very emotionally tough issues. The kids will have opportunities to express themselves by creating their own projects that deal with nature, animals, or something they feel passionate about.
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We will meet at the Hillary Clinton Library and have grief specialists on hand as we create art with children in hospice as a means to work through some of the unbearable pain they are experiencing. We’ll also play and interact with them and them and their parents work through some very emotionally tough issues. The kids will have opportunities to express themselves bu creating their own projects that deal with nature, animals, or something they feel passionate about.
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Each child will create a scrapbook that will feature their responses to all activities with photos, articles, essays, reflections, art work, responses to world-current events & what's going on in their own communities, book reviews and much more. They will invite the public to respond to their blog posts, videos, psa's and hopefully, receive responses to their letter writing campaigns and petitions. They will continually self assess their learning with frequent personal reflections, partner activities and Socratic Seminar style class discussions that will take place throughout the process.
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The Taft High School Drumline will hold a series of music and rhythm holiday performance to spread good cheers and benefit the neighborhood community near William Howard Taft High School, a diverse, Title I-funding eligible public school in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The programs will be lead by music and rhythm leaders who are experienced with marching band or ensemble drumming. Participants are youths and senior citizens and will number from 40-50 each session.
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In order for children to begin to feel comfortable with diversity, they must first feel a strong sense of self. Finding ways to celebrate individuality within a group helps each child to feel special, significant, and acknowledged. Students will gain access to a wide variety of diverse fiction books.
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I love writing, and so I created a website with the help of my parents, to post my writing and try to create a community that cares for the environment and wants to create a better world. Changing our thoughts, and focusing in the good things that many people are trying to do. www.thethoughttree.com
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It is shown in studies that the way kids grow up affects the way they live the rest of their lives. When we see our community, we see ourselves in a way. We see the good parts and the bad parts. We see the kids playing in the parks, we see our cars, our homes, our schools, the buildings we work in. But, we also see the parts in us that we can improve on. One way we can improve the community is put in a garden. Our group of seven student plan to do a flower garden in the front of our school and put a vegetable garden in the back of the school. We think that putting this in could improve our school and the spirit that we have for it. One small change can make a big difference.

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