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The End, For Now: Habitat for Humanity

I haven’t gotten around to making this post until now, but around two weeks ago I went to my last Habitat for Humanity Dedication– the day when we formally present the finished home and keys to the homeowner family. 466 more words


Back to school

I worked today. At night I went to my first class of the summer semester. I did some volunteer work for a friend too.

Howard Staff Appreciation Lunch - Monday June 15th

Howard’s Staff Appreciation Luncheon is scheduled for
Monday, June 15th, 2015 from 11:45 am – 1:30 pm
in the staff room

This annual event is organized and hosted by Howard’s school parent community as a way to thank the staff for all they do in educating and supporting our children through the year.

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Home And School

Taylor's Students Teaches Children About I.T.

      Having basic knowledge about IT is a fundamental platform for growth among individuals in the modern world today. IT literacy is important because the use of computers has become part of everyone’s daily lives, especially at work. 293 more words


Volunteers from Taylor's University Lakeside Campus

      The heartbreaking story of the refugee has made them and their children live in an uptight situation. The high expenses to enroll in government school and private school in Malaysia have made it impossible and even difficult for the children to receive education. 399 more words


Taylor's University Volunteers Teaches Students on Creativity

In conjunction with the project assigned for Community Service, students of Taylor’s University were segregated into several groups to educate the students in the SL (T) Refugees International Learning Centre. 241 more words


Volunteers Needed to Defeat the Takeover of Milwaukee Public Schools

Hello defenders of public education! You are here because you have expressed an interest in defeating the takeover of Milwaukee Public Schools. There is no shortage of tasks that need to be completed to make sure our schools remain in the hands of the people of Milwaukee and their democratically elected school board. 37 more words