Community Aspects of the Project Bob Barker says "Help control the pet population. Have your pet spayed or neutered."
Course Content Objectives of Project Statistical analysis Graphing Scatter plotting Data gathering
Methods Onsite visits Interviewed Directors / Owners of facilities Collected Data Researched fundraising options Check other facilities
Technology Used Digital Camera Camcorder Microsoft: Power Point, Word, Excel, Movie Maker, Paint Photoshop TI-84Plus Internet
Skills Achieved o Learned Power Point o Sharpened Excel and TI-84Plus skills o Learned to retrieve Camcorder footage through VCR, then VCR images through Windows Movie Maker for editing o Learned to organize a fund-raiser o Learned costs involved with animal care. o Learned inner-operational procedures between animal control centers o Learned Bureaucracy o Worked on Communication, organization and networking skills
Project Results We did raise awareness. Gathered small donations in form of change by utilizing Team #2. Garnered donations from friends. Expect to gather more donations via a Fund- Drive competition to be held at Elm Tree Elementary School.
Project Ideas for Future ∆ Complete the Raffle we did not get done. ∆ Hold a donation drive at Petco. ∆ Fix Lone Pines Website.
References/Acknowledgements Lone Pine Animal Ranch Personnel : Kim Ross, Kim Faddis Tanya Sharp, Principal: K-4 students of Elm Tree Elementary Steve Pelphery, Risk Management, NWACC Mary Odima, Activities Coordinator, NWACC Dr. Marvin Galloway, Dean Math and Sciences, NWACC C. Dianne Phillips, EAST / EMPACTS Facilitator Craig McBride, Math Instructor, NWACC Christi Reynolds, Development Center / Information Desk / NWACC Staff Math AAS Team #2 (Bella Vista Police Project) Tiffany Morgan Debbie Miller Patricia Roberts Carol Styron Clay Smith, Veterinarian, Rogers Humane Society Baha Men: Baha Men Who Let the Dogs Out : Music in Video