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 Work with Feeding Northeast Florida 2015: 

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HISTORY JUDGES NEEDED!!!

James Weldon Johnson College Preparatory Middle School is hosting its annual HISTORY Fair on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, starting at 2:15 pm.  This is a DCPS Early Release Wednesday.

 

We would like to invite you to be one of our judges.  Our school has a long-standing tradition of sending students to compete at the local, regional, state and national levels.

Participating in our History Fair is a wonderful opportunity to meet our students and see their unique and innovative projects.  This year's topic is "Leadership and Legacy in History."

 

Judges sign in begins at 2:15pm in the Student Research Center.  After a brief meeting, the actual judging should begin around 2:45pm and end around 4:00pm.

 

Please let us know ASAP by email ( dpell23@yahoo.com ) if you will be able to judge or if you have any questions.

 

** Please forward this on to others that you may know that would be interested in judging this wonderful event.

 

Also, if you have student(s) enrolled at James Weldon Johnson College Preparatory Middle School, please take a moment to mention name and grade.

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the James Weldon Johnson History Fair!

Thank you,

 

Dawn Pelletier

Chinta Perera
PTSA History Fair Co-Chairs

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VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED!!!




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 ARLINGTON COMMUNITY GARDEN

Needs volunteers for Sunday mornings...harvesting, weighing, packaging for food bank. 1-2 hours, between 9AM-Noon.

Monthly work detail on the 3rd Saturday morning 8-11AM , breakfast-juice/muffin, weeding, start seeds, transplant seedlings, pest control, general garden work.

Please contact Kathleen Conner.. kconner@elementmgt.com

 

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TUTORS...MENTORS

The Boys and Girls Clubs in Yulee and Fernandina Beach are in need of college students to work as tutors/mentors 1 - 2 hours per week with small groups of teens. This is a wonderful opportunity to really make a difference by encouraging at-risk youth to graduate and pursue higher education. The hours are Monday - Thursday, any time between 4 - 7, consistently on a weekly basis. Our youth especially need assistance with Language Arts, Algebra, and Science (Chemistry and Biology). But more importantly, they need relationships with college students to help encourage their success in school and in life! Interested volunteers should contact Theresa Duncan, Teen Director at theresad@bgcnf.org or (904)261-1075.
 
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