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Program for Academic and Creative Enrichment (PACE) Overview of the program Lunchbox Love Achievements Future Goals
PACE 10 at Belmont Secondary: Outside the Box Be the change you wish to see in the world. - M. Gandhi
Lunchbox Love Delivering 100 lunches to the homeless in downtown Victoria!
The Idea! Pay It Forward How can I change the world and put it into action? Michelle’s letter Let’s do it!
The Preparation Collecting Food Juice boxes Socks Toques
… and 100 bags !!!
December 3 rd, 2004 Classes are cancelled and everyone is helping out!
On Our Way to Downtown Victoria
Lunches for the Homeless
Rotary Recognition The Colwood Rotary Club gave us $1,600.00 towards our future projects.
More Accomplishments… Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has. -Margaret Mead
Tsunami Relief In January, PACE students collected almost 30 large boxes full of clothing to be shipped to India and the Maldives.
PACE Hard at Work Three hours of hard work at the warehouse on a Friday afternoon.
Sorting out the Clothing
Serving, Talking, Cleaning… Almost 30 PACE kids are volunteering at an Advent Supper for families in need.
Christmas Crafts with Children
Singing Christmas Carols!
Teens 4 Teens!
Gardening, Cooking & Dancing Once a week, PACE students organize a workshop for the special needs students.
Making New Friends and Great Food!
PACE Yourself for the Hospital Day! TOY DRIVE
Having a Tea Party with the Sick Children
Where To Go From Here… Don’t go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Mexico Project! In November 2005, a group of PACE students will travel to Vincente Guerrero, in Baja California, for two weeks to help build a house. Vincente Guerrero!
With the Help of… Geoff Hett, his wife, Lorraine, and the Erma Fennell Foundation.
¡Vamos á Mexico!
Thank you – Gracias – Danke – Merci http://fc.sd62.bc.ca/~kvanderleeden
Family Volunteering Holiday Ideas Volunteer Engagement 2008.
19 Mrs. Sandra Allen Head Teacher DIARY DATES I would like to thank everyone who has contributed and helped to organise all our fund raising events.
December 16/17, Pick up your BIA shirts and sweatshirts! If you went to We Day – sign the poster!
Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks. Unit 8 I’ll help clean up the city parks. 地震发生前，四川汶川是一个多么美丽的地方，蓝蓝的天空， 白云朵朵，人们像往常一样平静生活，谁知 2008 年 5 月 12 日 14.
Building A College Resume You are not too young to start!
Spring Festival. Spring Festival is usually in late January or early February.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS IN SLOVAKIA. Christmas.
Mrs. Kurth’s Classroom News November 23 rd – 24 th, 2015.
BY: ALEXANDRA HOTALING AND JESSICA DELGIUDICE Villa-Maria.
Me? Exercise? Yes, You Can!. Are You a Couch Potato?
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR. Give presents Celebrate Get presents Decorate Bring presents Wish Christmas Eve Greeting cards Stockings Colored lights.
1 Personal Social Responsibility Strategy Lorin May Strategic CSR & Consulting Projects May 9, 2007.
Confident Children, Confident Communities high hopes Children’s University Conference – 3 December 2013 Dr Keith Bartley.
© 2003 SHRM SHRM Weekly Online Poll: November 18, 2003 Weekly Poll - Holidays Analyzing 369 responses of s sent, 1577 received (response rate.
Community. festival unity CommUNITY Festival 2008.
High Frequency Words August 31 - September 4 around be five help next or pull take until walked September 7-11 bring children comes do family like make.
MEALTIME MANNERS: You Gotta Eat, Right? But You Gotta Eat RIGHT!
UTAH FOOD BANK Location: 3150 S 900 W, Salt Lake City
Community Garden Steering Committee Meeting Welcome! June 19, 2013.
By: Stephanie D Period 3 Feeding homeless men. Identify your concerns Need volunteer hours for power of one… Volunteer with my church? –Was going to feed.
Leadership. 2 “If a thing is humanly possible, consider it to be within your reach.” – Marcus Aurelius.
Advent is a time lasting 24 days during which time countdown to Christmas. Parents buy their children advent calendars which are situated chocolates.
First Grade Sight Words How many do you know?. all.
Mary. What can you do with your hands? _______ your hands _______ the classroom _______ the trash _______ the broken bike _______ the kids schoolwork.
THE FISHING LINE WHAT’S COMING UP? December 4: Ms. Heidi’s birthday December 12: Singing in Church 7:00pm December 12: Ms. Richelle R.’s birthday December.
How Random Acts of Kindness Benefits Everyone. Be Respectful Throughout our entire lives, we will be meeting people who are different than us. Showing.
Hummingbirds ~ Mrs. Pekszyc / Mrs. Sommers Kingfishers ~ Miss Kitchener Supported By: Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Bullen French and Music: Delivered by Miss.
WELCOME TO THIRD GRADE Back to School This is Mrs. McIlrath and her family!
The 25 th of December is Christmas Day. Christmas is a religious holiday because it is the day that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Thornhill School News Issue 14 Fri 14 th Dec News from Miss Clark News from Mrs Colley SCHOOLSCHOOL This Week Future EventsNext.
Year 4 Eagles and Parrots Welcome Evening. Year 4 Staff Eagles ~ Miss Eames Parrots ~ Mrs. Palmer Supported By: Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Smith.
Ronald McDonald House It is a house that kids and parents can stay in. The parent’s don’t have to pay for a hotel when there kids are sick.
Service Learning By: Gracie Bryant. Completed Service Learning Relay For Life Habitat For Humanity Second Harvest Food Bank Goodwill The Boys anf Girls.
Goal Setting How do I get where I want to go? Important Quote “Listen and learn and find your dream. When you have found it, don’t give up.” “Listen.
Unit 2 Our daily life Reading A. TimeWhat to do 6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 9 p.m. a.m. = in the morning p.m. = in the afternoon/evening.
Number 5 Friday 25th November Advent service On Sunday 4th December we will be holding our “Family Friendly all age Advent Celebration" at a.m. in.
A project from D1 class of the 2 nd Primary School of Nea Moudania.
Year 3 Kingfishers and Hummingbirds Welcome Evening.
Good morning and welcome to the Blue Star leaders Assembly.
Social Needs and the [city] Library The Library’s Role and How We Meet Our Responsibilities 10/23/2012.
Fanwood Community Foundation “For the love of Fanwood”
1 Become a Rotary Youth Exchange Success Story Energize YOUR Club and Make a Difference in the World One Student at a Time.
Yesterday we talked about how good citizens contribute to their communities. Do you remember the different ways in which we can volunteer?
SOUTHINGTON SERVES CREATED BY THE STEPS YOUTH COUNCIL ( )
Located in San Jose, California. Co-ed high school and elementary school. We have 730 students in our elementary school and in our high school we have.
Contacts During sessions: Out of hours : Welcome to our December 2014 Newsletter Newsletter.
Inspirational Messages. Words have the power to motivate and inspire. Wars have started and ended because of a carefully or hastily selected group of.
Lancer’s Labor of Love March 2-3, “We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progess and prosperity for our community... Our ambitions.
TRISHA HOUSE JESSICA STRESSMAN LEXI WENTWORTH Clean Up Your Act!
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