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May No Child Go To Bed Hungry At Night . as featured on. Info. East Noble School Corporation Noble County, IN Unemployment rate for Noble County – 15-18% ENHS – approx 1,100 students. Overview. Free/Reduced lunch rates at East Noble elementary schools are between 50-70%

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  • East Noble School Corporation
  • Noble County, IN
  • Unemployment rate for Noble County – 15-18%
  • ENHS – approx 1,100 students
overview
Overview
  • Free/Reduced lunch rates at East Noble elementary schools are between 50-70%
  • 360 K-4 Students in EN Currently Receiving Backpacks Weekly
  • 5 East Noble Elementary Schools currently in program
  • Garrett-Keyser-Butler, Dekalb Central, and Angola schools are also providing backpacks to elementary students in Dekalb and Steuben counties.
goals
Goals
  • Help with nutritional needs for students over the weekends
  • Provide students with food and snacks to deal with hunger
  • Work with high school students in project based learning to gain an understanding of helping others and philanthropy
expected results
Expected Results
  • Attendance rates increase on Fridays. This is attributed to the fact that the backpacks are passed out on Fridays.
  • Improved achievement from students on Mondays.
  • Student partners will have a better understanding of helping others.
what do you need did to get it started
What do you need did to get it started?
  • Core group of visionaries with a common passion.
  • Planning and budgeting.
how to get it started
How to get it started”...
  • Get financial partners
  • Get service partners
  • Food provider partnership
what do we do to get it started
What do we do to get it started?
  • Identify elementary school or after school program that has a definite need.
  • Have meetings with key players.
  • Present your plan and go with it.
what we did to get it started
What we did to “get it started”...
  • Met with elementary school’s principal.
  • Met with the elementary staff.
  • Sent information home to elementary student’s parents.
  • Got approval from parents of students who qualified or received free/reduced lunches.
once you re started
Once you’re started...
  • Create a weekly schedule
  • Get general education students and special needs students to assist in the program
  • Offer the program as an internship. State of Indiana has Professional Career Internships.
  • Career Pathways
mondays
Mondays
  • Pick up totes with backpacks from schools.
  • The students return them every Monday, if not, they will not receive food the following Friday.
tuesdays
Tuesdays
  • Take inventory of backpacks.
  • Inventory warehouse.
  • Make a shopping list of what items are needed for the current week.
wednesdays
Wednesdays
  • Go shopping for weekly menu.
  • Meet with service partners.
thursdays
Thursdays
  • Pack bags for delivery
  • This is where we involve our special needs students.
fridays
Fridays
  • Deliver Bags to STUDENTS!!!
501c3 status
501c3 Status
  • Non profit status
  • Donations from corporate partners
  • Find a local charity or food bank who will agree to be a fiscal agent.
letters to parents
Letters to Parents
  • English
  • Spanish
  • Examples are available.
funding sources
Funding Sources
  • Foundations
  • Business/Corporate Partners
  • Individual Donors
  • Service Organizations
volunteers
Volunteers
  • Get the word out.
  • Retired teachers.
  • Find people that want to give back to the community.
  • Don’t underestimate students.
marketing
Marketing
  • Local Newspapers
  • Radio Stations
  • TV Stations
  • Internet
thank you
Thank you
  • United Way of Noble County
  • Kraft Foods
  • Shepard’s Pontiac GMC
  • East Noble H.S. Students
  • Kyle Smith – Technical Assistance
  • Kendallville Courier
  • Four County Vocational Area Cooperative
  • Kiwanis Club of Kendallville
follow up
Follow Up
  • Questions and Answers
  • 260-347-2032 Ext. 12624
  • Mark.Cockroft@boomerangbackpacks.org