Think back to when you first started teaching...I know, it may require a long trip down memory lane...what supplies/materials did you need or find most useful? Please bring these items to our September 25th meeting.
UPDATE: We had enough supplies donated to fill four huge baskets! As both Jackie and Denise said, we have the most generous members. One basket will go to a Delisle Elementary teacher, one will go to a Pass Elementary teacher, one will go to a Pass High teacher and one will go to a Bay St. Louis teacher.
We will be
collecting children's books and canned goods for the Hancock County Food
Pantry at our October meeting. Diana shared with us the tremendous
impact the books we collected last year had on the children who were
waiting at the Pantry while their parents collected food for the
family. As Christopher Morley said, "When you sell (give) a man a book
you don't sell (give) him just 12 ounces of paper and ink and glue-you
sell (give) him a whole new life." Let's see how many new lives we can
UPDATE: We collected enough supplies to provide baskets for 3 early career educators! Thanks for your generosity!
creative juices flowing. Our March Silent Auction will be here before
we know it. We have had great success in the past with this auction
which raises money for our Kathy Pair Grant-in-Aid, World Fellowship,
and the Zeta State Emergency Fund. For more information or ideas
contact the Professional Affairs Committee or the World Fellowship
UPDATE: We raised over $400 at this year's silent auction!