Share positivity this school year and write 10 different notes of encouragement to students or teachers. Once completed, pack the set of notes in a Ziploc bag labeled either "Student" or "Teacher."
* We encourage you to decorate the notes, but please make sure each note is neat and readable. * We suggest using 3 x 5 index cards for the notes and markers for decorating. * Please refrain from using any religious verses or sayings as we serve a group of diverse students and teachers with many different beliefs. * Keep the note light and encouraging!
Visit our remote volunteer opportunities page and get inspired with examples. https://classroomcentral.org/remote-volunteer-opportunities/
Classroom Central equips students in need to effectively learn by collecting and distributing free school supplies to their teachers.
Picture a child at school trying to write without a pencil, read without books or dream without the tools to put her ideas on paper. This is the reality for far too many students in our community. For thousands, basic learning tools are a luxury. In fact, more than half of the students in our region come from families that can’t afford lunch, let alone school supplies.
Moved by this need, and the fact that many teachers spend $500 - $1,000 annually out of their own pocket on their students, Classroom Central was founded in 2002 with support from the Charlotte Chamber and the Carolina Panthers.
Classroom Central started its journey by serving students and teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Over the past 17 years, it has expanded into six school districts, serving some 127,000 students in nearly 200 schools in CMS, Gaston County, Iredell-Statesville, Union County, City of Kannapolis and Lancaster County, South Carolina. Teachers and other school personnel are eligible to receive free supplies if 50% or more of their students receive free or reduced-price lunch.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
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This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.