Project Support


  • ADVISORS:
    Mrs. Romph & Mrs. Becks


    PURPOSE:
    A student-centered community service group giving fifth-grade students:
         -an opportunity to participate in citizenship activities within the school and around the
           community.
         -a time to develop healthy social skills while having fun working together.
         -opportunities for leadership and responsibility.
     
    REQUIREMENTS:
    Students must choose at least two activities to participate in throughout the course of the school year. 
     
    They may participate in one of two ways: one school activity and one community service project, two school activities, OR two community service projects. Students may participate in more activities than the required ones if desired and are able to.
     
    SCHOOL ACTIVITIES:

    You might choose one or more of the following activities to be involved in:

     

    • Teachers helper (year-long commitment-as needed basis, as arranged with assigned teacher)
    • Office helper (nine weeks)
    • Custodial helper (year-long commitment-as needed basis, as arranged with assigned custodian)
    • Morning Announcements (year-long commitment per calendar)
    • Tutor to other students in various grade levels (year-long commitment-as needed basis as arranged with classroom teacher)
    • Blue Leader Mentor
    • Recycling
    • any other activity that has prior sponsor approval
    COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:
    You might choose one or more of the following activities to be involved in:
    • Valentines for Vets (February)-supports current and inactive service members
    • Pennies for Patients (May)-supports the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
    In addition to the annual activities listed above, there are always several opportunities that present themselves throughout the year that students may participate in.
     
    In the past, some examples included: food drives, purchasing Christmas gifts for needy families in our area, raking leaves for elderly residents in the Huntington community, raising funds to donate to UNICEF, and assisting PTO in a Spring Garden Party (weed, mulch, clean Huntington School grounds). 
     
    RECOGNITION:
    As a special reminder of their hard work, each Project Support member who completes the requirements will receive a certificate, an award, and be recognized at the Fifth Grade Recognition Ceremony on the last day of school!
     
     
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