Multicultural Club

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Join the Multicultural Club to celebrate and gain
an appreciation of diverse cultures! 
Multicultural Club meetings are held Tuesdays
in Ms. Beachem's room #603 at 2:30 to 3:30 pm.

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The Multicultural Club is sponsoring their annual Christmas Shoebox community service project for Children in Crisis foster care organization.

We are asking for donations for boys & girls between the ages of 6 and 14.
Gifts must be unwrapped & a size that will fit inside a shoe box. Gifts can be gently used. Thank you! Please drop off gifts in Front Office or room 603 by Wednesday, December 14

If any parents would like to come to our club meeting and share something about their culture, a "show and tell," or would like to teach us how to make something representative of their culture or demo how to make a meal representative of the culture, we would love to have your participation.

Or, if you know someone who can come and share their culture with us, please contact
Ms. Beacham at Volunteer paperwork would need to be completed prior to participation. We have notaries here on campus for your convenience.

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See Article Here
February 8 to 19, 2016

Students were asked to donate their change (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters) for the "Change for Children" fundraiser campaign supporting Children in Crisis, Inc., a non-profit organization which runs The Children's Neighborhood in Fort Walton Beach.

"Change" will be collected only in Math classes, which will compete against each other for the most collected funds. The Math teacher with the most collected donations will receive a prize. The same teacher's class period which donated the most funds will have a treat.

The collected funds provide homes and establish hope to the foster children of our community. The Multicultural Club visits the Children's Neighborhood in Ft. Walton Beach during the summer to spend time with the children living there and also provides gifts at Christmas time.

The grand total for 2010 was $2,200!
The grand total for 2011 was $3,168!
The grand total for 2012 was $3,010!
The grand total for 2013 was $2,000!
The grand total for 2014 was $3,000!
The grand total for 2015 was $2,100.

Children in Crisis, Inc., a non-profit organization, provides for The Children’s Neighborhood in Ft. Walton, which addresses critical community needs: a stable nurturing environment, students remaining at the same school, and sisters and brothers remaining together.

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