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Sunday, September 13, 2009
Adopt-a-classroom has created this video for my classes to forward to people who may want to consider adopting our classroom as their act of service to commemorate the nation's first 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance.
Last year, thanks to Adopt-a-classroom, my class was able to purchase equipment to measure pH, light and humidity of soils, which is a great asset for our new greenhouse, also product of a grant received last year. Please, help us make our class and our school a better place for our students to learn. One small donation at a time can make a big difference.
Message from Jamie Rosenberg, Adopt-A-Classroom Founder & Executive Director
As little as $5 can make a big difference for your children's classroom!
Earlier this year, President Obama signed into law the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act, establishing September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. The call to service challenges Americans to make an ongoing commitment to civic engagement. One of the core elements highlighted in this historic initiative is supporting education and helping to close the achievement gap. You can learn more about the National Day of Service and Remembrance at www.serve.gov.
How you can commemorate 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance
- Already adopted a classroom this year? We thank you and ask that you forward this message to friends, family, or colleagues who may want to help teachers and students.
You can choose to adopt a classroom on September 11 or any other day this month that you want to make your commitment to service. For assistance, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 877-444-7666.
Founder, Executive Director
Signing of the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act
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Adopt-A-Classroom invites the community into the classroom in support of teachers and their students. By adopting a classroom, donors form partnerships with specific classrooms providing financial and moral support. The result is a meaningful contribution to education in which donors experience the impact of their efforts and celebrate in a classroom's success.
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