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Our campaign will be successful if students can accurately explain the importance of recycling/composting and are motivated to continue the work throughout the year and at home. We intend to purchase a worm composting bin(or 2) and associated materials as well as seeds/plants for the gardens.
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Eat Local Urban Community Garden plants fresh fruits, vegetable and herbs to distribute to local food pantries throughout southeastern Michigan to help feed thousands of individuals while helping these individuals to regain sustainability. Our community garden has partnered with local businesses, community leaders and volunteers to help make our urban garden feasible and prospers to the families and individuals we serves throughout our communities.
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We will collect and distribute items from direct interactions with staff and students throughout the school and surrounding community with-for-at Parent/Teacher Association Meetings, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Family Fun Nights - International Day of Peace, Breast Cancer, Thanksgiving food collection and distribution, Seniors in local Nursing Homes (toiletries in gift bags), Winter Clothes Collection/Distribution, Alzheimer's, Autism, Local Family Shelter donations (clothes, toiletries, food), school supplies given to younger students (re-use/recycle/donate), School/Yard Clean-up.
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Place solitary bee hotels in specific , private places in the community. Current locations are Lacy Park, The Old Mill, and Oak Knoll Drive. Working with the head arbor to gather research information to provide back to the cities park and recreation department. The research is to document if it’s possible to establish this specific type of bee in our community and if they can survive.
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We will donate clothes to Local shelters Help tend community Gardens Help Families find produce by doing food stands or a mini produce truck twice a month
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Plans are already in place to expand our program when school begins in the fall. Students will be opening their own student-managed farm market which will feature produce from our Aquaponics Lab. They will be responsible for creating a business proposal, recruiting outside clients, marketing, research, and customer care. Additionally, they will create and maintain a business ledger to record expenses and budgeting data. The proceeds will then be donated to our local food pantry. This data will enable our team to truly measure the impact that our program has had upon our local community and allow us to refine our practices to ensure that we meet program goals.
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This project will show students the engineering principles involved with flood control, screening for containments in water, and help students develop models to educate others in the community. The portable units can be used for student presentations at Douglas and Sarpy county events, serve as state exhibits, and be used in the 2019 Grades of Green Global Watewr Challenge to educate others internationally. The students will manage their own ecosystems they create plus contribute plant by products for the community programs of pollinator habitat creation and food security to the shelters.
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Our project is to fund our school play ground. Our school has been in a remodel stage for 2 years. Our play ground was torn down at the beginning of the remodel. Our kids have not had a play ground in 2 years. We are applying for grants and planning several fundraisers to help with this project.
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NERDS RULE INC. T.R.I.B.E Ambassador teens and youth will have the opportunity to provide community resources for under served communities. Workshops are in need in schools for Bullying Prevention and Mental Health Screening due to the high rate of Suicides in teens and youth in San Diego, CA and around the world. Teaching teens and youth to become T.R.I.B.E Ambassadors will encourage others to create community change. Current Community Action Projects:  Education  Self-Worth  Suicide Prevention  Human Trafficking  Climate Change  Gun Control  Homelessness  Gang Violence  Refugees  Human Rights  Education  Bullying Prevention  Social Media  Performing Arts
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First, we partnered with the CSUN Food Pantry and YMCA to help us understand how to create a comfort closet. This information will be included in a video created by our SIA team to share facts about homelessness. The plight of the homeless families in our school and throughout LAUSD can be viewed during advisory classes to create awareness and discussion. Second, we will create an flyer informing the community of the items we need. As we collect these items they will be stored in a secure closet for the counselors to have access to. The supplies will be stored in labeled boxes.

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