Cascade Elementary Receives a Generous Community Donation

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Cascade staff and students join members of the Concerned Black Clergy on September 6, 2013 to receive backpacks at their weekly board meeting.

The Concerned Black Clergy recently invited Sylvia Hall, principal of Cascade Elementary School, to its board meeting on September 6th. During the board meeting, members of the Concerned Black Clergy presented Cascade Elementary with 500 backpacks and a check for one thousand dollars to ensure that students are prepared for instruction for the 2013-14 school year. The backpacks were filled with school supplies and books.

The Concerned Black Clergy’s mission is to provide leadership, advocacy, and service to the community. Dr. Sylvia Hall is elated about the service, donation, and gifts that the Concerned Black Clergy provided for her students.

“The Concerned Black Clergy are wonderful supporters of our school,” said Dr. Sylvia Hall, principal of Cascade Elementary School.

The monetary donation will be used to purchase other supplies for the students throughout the school year.

Dr. Sylvia Hall joins members of the Concerned Black Clergy (Mr. Barber & Dr. Jackson, retired APS Principal) on September 16, 2013 to receive a $1,000 donation from Chaplain Willard Bolden of the CBC at their weekly board meeting.
Dr. Sylvia Hall joins members of the Concerned Black Clergy (Mr. Barber & Dr. Jackson, retired APS Principal) on September 16, 2013 to receive a $1,000 donation from Chaplain Willard Bolden of the CBC at their weekly board meeting.

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