Beecher Hills Elementary’s ‘Coins for Haiti’ initiative turns into big bucks, supplies

On Jan, 19, Beecher Hills Elementary kindergarten teachers Linda Smith and Tonette Little challenged the fellow teachers, staff, students and the surrounding community to help raise $1,000 through a “Coins for Haitians” initiative. By the end of January, Beecher Hills had raised more than $1,300! This is not the end of the school's efforts, though; Each month... Continue Reading →

Continental Colony makes the buck stop here for Haiti

Continental Colony Elementary School recently conducted a two-week “Pay It Forward” campaign for the victims of Haiti. During that time, the school collected a total of $485.48. The proceeds were mailed to the America Red Cross Foundation. The “Pay It Forward” campaign was initiated by Principal Sandra R. Sessoms, who believed strongly in explaining to... Continue Reading →

Parkside Elementary provides good cheer for Haiti

Parkside Elementary is known for giving and supporting, but  this year, they have gone all out!. Gregory Coleman, a third-grade teacher and winner of an Atlanta Families' Award, along with his student teacher, Ms. Walker, came up with the idea of supporting the victims of the Haiti earthquake.  After sharing it with Armelia Braddy, the cheerleader sponsor,... Continue Reading →

F.L. Stanton and White elementary schools join APS efforts to help Haiti

Walter White and Frank L. Stanton elementary school students and staff and gotten into the help for Haiti. At White, students and staff collected items by grade levels and the administration. The school was able to donate many needed supplies. Among the supplies were toiletry items, water, medical supplies, baby food and other baby needs.... Continue Reading →

Hill-Hope Elementary flips for Haiti

Hill-Hope Elementary has launched a “Flip-Flops February Hygiene for Haiti Initiative” for the entire month of February. Students, parents, teachers, staff, and community members are encouraged to donate hygiene products including (but not limited to) deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hair products, baby powder, baby oil, lotion, Vaseline, female products to the school. The supplies will be sent... Continue Reading →

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