January: Secure supplies and prepare the area February: Design & build the wall; disassemble the wall to add screening (to hold soil); reassemble, reinforce & paint the wall March: Plant the wall
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.
This projects is aimed towards spreading the word and raising awareness to end poaching and save elephants. This world does not revolve around money! "Adopt" an elephant online at least 20 dollars! Start a club at your school to raise awareness of this. Do whatever it is that you can to play your part to end this horrible thing!
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)
In celebration of International Peace Day, September 21st , students will create posters and write poems to share with the school in recognition of their hopes for peace in the world.
The Peace Picnic is a community bring n' share which is open to all. It is to promote camaraderie as well as an appreciation for nature. We will be gathering in the city's botanical gardens, a lush, green setting - perfect for a morning under the trees. The approach is that this is not a "formal" event and everyone is welcome, and that sharing (of mats, food, etc) in encouraged. Posters of the event have been circulating via social media along with directions to the event area and handy tips for the day. This event will be held on Sept 17th, the weekend before International Day of Peace. A few of us will be building the dove puppet and having everyone else join us as we "fly" it in the park!
Using curriculum, research, vocabulary and thematic instruction as well as specialized learning techniques for ASD we will create an outdoor environment to support Stem Education.
TZa’Nia’s issue is trying to prevent hunger, making sure that no one goes hungry. When her older sister started a book club and support group for children of incarcerated parents, she heard families, especially children, talk about being hungry. At her school, she hears kids talk about how they like to come to school each day so they will have food because sometimes they might not have any on the weekend. When she sees people standing on the street with signs begging for money and food, she often starts to cry. Za’Nia is a foster child and she knows what it is like to be hungry, sometimes not having enough food. There have been times when she had to eat her cereal with water because the family didn’t have milk. For a short time, she lived in the homeless shelter. Now when she sees people who are hungry, she will sometimes give them her snack money so they don’t have to be hungry. The residents usually eat breakfast before the leave the facility and if they get back to the facility in the evening in a timely manner, they get a dinner meal. With this project, they would have something for themselves and their children to eat (especially the young ones that do not attend school) during the day while they are away from the shelter. This would also help them on the weekends to have something to eat as well.
Our team will create cards that share love and put smiles on faces. We are creating a cross-generational program to build community bonds. We will laugh, share stories, bond and share love! We will have people in the community smiling, hugging and sharing love. The youth will deliver cards to elders to celebrate love and build bonds.
In February 1997, I started the first Inter-schools girls roots & shoots soccer league in Dar es salaam City and Tanzania in general, and that marked the beginning of inter-schools girls soccer competitions. In 2005, the BQ Contractors Limited, started to support the program, which we later named THE BQ CONTRACTORS YOUTH SOCCER PROGRAM, they started supporting school and non-school going children to play organized football through equipment in balls, uniforms and travel expenses. We advocate good discipline in and outside training. Good Academic Performance in school. Exposure of kids to competitive tournaments. Inspirational football tours for players. Good relations with their parents through regular community based events. Motivating good performers in medals and trophies. The innate desire is to impart the game with the correct values of respect, dignity and purpose while appreciating players’ individual academic development. We engage their parents and guardians with intend to make participation all encompassing. Today, the BQ Soccer program for life and academic improvement is home to an increasing 120 children aged between 7 and 23. All the categories have proved the talents they poses. A number of the boys (2005, 2009 intake) are playing in the Tanzania top soccer league and earning a living through their talents, and this motivates us and uplifts our hearts to keep on making a difference in our communities to change lives of our children and give second chances of life to others too. And our strength remains to be; the presence of Committed players and availability of a bank of talents. Engagement of parents and guardians who are committed to see their children grow. Good, committed and experienced Coaches / trainers with compassion, love and care. Support from Laureate International School to accommodate the team trainings at their school football ground, changing and washrooms and support related to guidance and counseling from the school pastoral care department of the players from abusive or less priviledged environments.