ST. GEORGE’S FREEDOM SCHOOL 2009. ST. GEORGE’S COMMUNITY CENTER. Site Location: Maupin Elementary School 1312 Catalpa Street Louisville, KY 40211 Program Dates: June 15 th , 2009 –July 24 th 2009 Site Coordinator – Ted Gatlin, Jr. REPORT BACK. LEVEL I – 10 Scholars LEVEL II – 40 Scholars
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Kanisha Ford – 2nd Yr
Breanya Hogue – 2nd Yr
Breion Harris – 1st Yr
Janol Vinson – 1st Yr
Erica Goins – 3rd Yr
Denisha Oggs – 1st Yr
Freedom School Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
They served as the peer mediation arm at our Freedom School they used conflict resolution techniques learn through the Integrated Reading Curriculum to resolve issues with the other classes.
President – LaRon Jackson
President-Elect – Jack Moore
VP – DeWayne Murray
Press Secretary– Phillip Junior
Secretary – LeAndra Gilbert
This 3rd year intern, was a great mentor and help to the first and second year interns. In addition, she dressed up as a different character each day and introduced our read-aloud guests. Erica also lead our scholars in the best Finale show in Freedom School history!!!
The V-Team was made up of high school student and adult volunteers who participated in various ways throughout the summer. They helped interns in classrooms and also helped with afternoon activities. Each of them was completely dedicated as shown by almost 100% attendance!!
The V-Team was lead by our Floater Intern – 2nd yr Intern Victoria Lee
Adult Volunteer: Da’Marion Fleming
High School Students: Alexa, Damon, Kiara, Steven, Darrell
At St. George’s Community Center Freedom School, our interns did a great job as a whole with the Integrated Reading Curriculum here are some examples…
Book: Sometimes My Mommy Gets Angry
Theme: I can make a difference in Myself
Book: Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge
Theme: I can Make a difference in my community
Book: One Hen
Theme: I can make a difference in my country
Book: Jazzy Miz Mozetta
Theme: I can Make a Difference in My Community
Book: Keeping the Night Watch
Theme: I can Make a Difference in my Family
A Gathering Of Flowers
Theme: I can Make a Difference in my World
Swimming, Bowling, Library, Community Trips, etc.
Parent Meetings, Parent Participation
We had guests come to our Freedom School for Harambee, Integrated Reading Curriculum, and other Special Events
We had the opportunity to have many different visitors to join us for Harambee from Politicians, Reporters, Board Members, Educators, and other members of the Louisville Community
MRS. W.L. LYONS BROWN, SR