Students at eight K-8 schools in Northeast and outer Southeast Portland participating
in after-school leadership development and community service clubs through the
new Educate, Dream, Give: Empower program have worked with Student Leaders for
Service to develop service projects focused on their schools and the
When: Saturday, April 26th, 2008
Where: Participants will meet at on-site at the service project they have chosen. TriMet day passes will be available for anyone needing transportation. Lunch and snacks will be provided at project sites. All necessary project supplies will be provided.
Time: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Please visit www.pdx.edu/cae/slsserviceday.html to register!
Projects will take place rain or shine, so please dress appropriately for the weather and the task(s) at hand.
- Woodmere Elementary School - Volunteers will take Woodmere students on a field trip to the Learning Garden Laboratory, a sustainable community farm, where they will work in the arboretum, lay compost, etc. Students will be making stepping stones beforehand to donate to the Learning Garden Lab.
- Lane Middle School - Work with Lane Middle School students and community volunteers to paint a wall mural in the dance instruction area.
- Whitman Elementary School - This project will focus on the beautification and rejuvenation of the playground at Whitman Elementary. Volunteers and students will remove trash and weeds and paint a large mural.
- Vernon School - Volunteers will be helping Vernon students paint flowerpots to donate to a senior citizens' center. Volunteers will also work in the school garden, and there will also be fun activities going on, such as face painting and karaoke.
- Woodlawn School - Volunteers will be working and planting in the school garden, and will assist Woodlawn students with art projects related to the garden (stepping stones, terra cotta pots, etc.).
- Ockley Green School - Volunteers will be weeding and planting in the community garden, and will be assisting students in building small cob-based art projects.
- King School - Volunteers will be planting flowers and plants in the garden area, installing a fence around the garden area and painting a ground mural in the courtyard.
- Kelly Elementary School is also seeking
volunteers to assist with their Earth Day program on Saturday, May 3rd. Please
contact Christine Rhoney at 503-348-4544 or email@example.com
for more information or to register to volunteer***
Sponsored by Student Leaders for Service, the Center for Academic Excellence, EDG:E, and Multnomah County Department of Human Services. Please contact Kyle Bray at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Emily Hoffer at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.