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We believe that it is imperative for us to teach students about the importance of giving back to their community. We believe that students benefit from learning and being exposed to many different kinds of experiences and activities. It is through these activities that they find that their actions have a direct impact on themselves, their families, their community and the world. This year, students will be tasked with creating dog toys, cat toys, dog treats and bed that will be donated to our many local pet shelters. In addition, we will be holding a pet food drive with all items also donated to local shelters and rescue facilities.
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We will apply for a booth as a non-profit at the Saturday Morning Market in downtown St. Petersburg. Our booth will feature boards made by the kids about Jane Goodall and Roots and Shoots. We will also do some fundraising for their current project...fish.
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Our project will utilize unused land next to our school garden to plant native plants in our new pollinator garden. Our garden will both educate our community about plants native to colorado and provide habitat for species like birds, butterflies and bees who are critical to our environment.
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Our project will utilize unused land next to our school garden to plant native plants in our new pollinator garden. Our garden will both educate our community about plants native to colorado and provide habitat for species like birds, butterflies and bees who are critical to our environment.
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We will bring hydration stations to our school. We will be raising funds by selling reusable water bottles.
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Third graders will make a plan with a clean up schedule. Our school has adopted our street, so we will clean there and on school grounds. We will recycle what we can from the collection and hope this makes our community nicer and safer for all people and animals.
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My project will make birthday cards for children in foster care. We will buy card stock, stickers, markers and glitter to create and decorating two or three birthday cards. I will deliver or mail the birthday cards to the nearest foster care.
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January total: 179 LBS. February total: 161 LBS. March: ?? April: ?? May: ?? June: ??
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3 weeks We need to learn about poverty in our city, learn about immigrants coming to a large city like ours, learn about social service agencies (Care For Real and Pan African Association) and national groups (American Red Cross). Once students know about this, they will make signs to ask others to donate coats to the Coat Drive, They will make signs for outdoor collection, will collect the coats and will sort them. They will help load the cars so we can take the coats. Someof the studnets will take the coats and put them in the clothing pantry at the agency.
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Our third grade class will make and collect items to sell at a market. The money earned will be used to buy food. We will use this food to pack lunches for the local homeless shelter.

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