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Our project will have the grades of our school bring in various items that we will put into bags and send to the homeless. The sixth grade will bring in Ziploc bags and toothpaste, the seventh grade will bring in socks and non-perishable snacks, the eighth grade will bring in hand sanitizer and toothbrushes, the freshmen will bring in chapstick, the sophomores will bring in band-aids, the juniors will bring in baby wipes, and the seniors will bring in ponchos. These items will be sent to a homeless shelter, and distributed among the homeless.
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Project will commence in November and continue into the Spring.
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We will take middle school kids out on a trail and teach them about Leave No Trace learning, while picking up trash and learning to recognize where people have harmed the environment and how to fix it. We will learn about the Native Communities and how they lived with and on the land we now live on, and how they survived, and why they are no longer as prominent as they used to be.
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We will have a gathering to get more kids involved. Seeing that a lot of them use social media, I will post things on there. This grant can help feed the kids that do come.
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Through this project, our students will make holiday-themed crafts to share with patients and local nursing homes.
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Elementary students will design and create cards with encouraging words for people who are residing in the local Nursing Home. The cards will lift up those who are confined to the Nursing Home, and it is my hope that will help the to know that someone was thinking about them. The cards will be delivered by some of the students
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My and our photography project of the Banana Belt Photography Club of the Illinois Valley will and Has encouraged adults to be the best of themselves and follow their dreams. As I stated above over 5 years ago I started a photography club in the valley I live in. The photography has encouraged many adults to hone their art and self-confidence so they feel able to show other adults and children to do the same and show the beauty of the world we live in. We are still working on elementary and high schools helping to start photography clubs for the youth.
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We attended many local events, ranging from Latino Pride events to Earth Day events, attending local discussions concerning gentrification to racism and honestly. We didn't have a focus but that was the point, our goal was to learn as much as possible of the world's issues and what's being done to solve them.
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As part of our summer reading celebration, we will have students create "notes of encouragement" to send to affected schools in Florida. The summer reading theme is "Build a Better World" and we want to encourage our students to take small steps to make our world a better place for everyone.
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School awareness sessions. Participating in social, public, private occasions and serving people with special diets. Commercial and personal lurching basic training . Offering support and education to people who are affected by food allergies. Will be working on a teal is the new orange Halloween ( creating a safe Halloween where treats are non food items or allergy friendly / fresh organic foods)

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