- Buy OEM Corel Designer Technical Suite X4
- Download Adobe Premiere Elements 12
- 259.95$ Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium cheap oem
- 169.95$ Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium Student And Teacher Edition MAC cheap oem
- Download Rosetta Stone - Learn Chinese (Mandarin) (Level 1, 2 & 3 Set) MAC
- Buy Cheap Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 MAC
- 9.95$ Windows 7 For Seniors For Dummies cheap oem
- 229.95$ Autodesk Softimage 2012 (64-bit) cheap oem
- Buy OEM Infinite Skills - Learning Python Programming
- Download Propellerhead Reason 4
- Download Lynda.com - Foundations of Photography: Night and Low Light
- Download Photoshop CS5: The Missing Manual
- Buy OEM Xilisoft 1click DV to DVD
|Bettendorf Elementary School Students Donate 300 Coats to AEA Coats for Kids Program|
|News Releases - Local Events|
|Written by Johanna Smith|
|Tuesday, 13 December 2011 09:51|
Bettendorf, IA – Twelve fifth grade elementary students from the Bettendorf Elementary Schools have collected 300 coats for the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency Coats for Kids Program as part of a community service project developed through the Tomorrow’s Leaders program. A representative from the AEA will be on hand accepting the coats tomorrow, December 9, at 7:30am at the Bettendorf Happy Joe’s.
Tomorrow's Leaders is comprised of 12 fifth grade students, one boy and one girl, representing each of the elementary schools in Bettendorf. The students are chosen by their teachers and principals and are leaders among their class. Once a month, the group meets for breakfast at the Bettendorf Happy Joe’s, where they discuss leadership skills and social and society issues pertaining to school and the community. All of the students volunteer for the Special Needs Winter Holiday Party at the iWireless Center in December. Additionally, the students select a service project. This year they chose to collect coats for the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency Coats for Kids Program.
“These students are the future leaders of tomorrow. This program enables them to see that they have a voice and that being a leader is all about taking the initiative to mobilize themselves and others toward necessary action,” says program advisor Happy Joe Whitty.
Tags See All Tags