Community Service Opportunities

Mark your calendars:

Community service opportunities OCTOBER 2016:
 
Friday October 7th
Cielo Vista Elementary needs help with their Carnival from 5:30-7:30.

October 15, 2016

For the artistically inclined: October 15th help build floats for the Sun Bowl Parade. Call Diana Garcia for more information at (915)525-0233 .


SEPTEMBER 11
See Student Activities Director to participate in the following:

Register for our 3rd Annual Together We Will Live Ovarian Cancer Run/Walk in El Paso, TX.

We have some exciting news. We have partnered with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition. Online registration is now open!!!!   http://runwalk.ovarian.org/elpaso  

Save the date! September 11th at Burges High School/Edgemere Park.

For more information please contact us at 1-888-479-8422


Rosedale Pool and Park

 

Our pool and park season is here and we’re getting ready to make it the best one yet! We will have our second Clean-Up day on May 14th from 8:30 a.m. to about 1:00 p.m. Our last Clean-Up day before opening day will be on May 21st from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 --  We invite any student looking for community service hours and would like to participate in this yearly activity to join us. Rosedale Park is located on 7369 Franklin, 79915.

 --  Thank you as always for your continued support. Community Service hours will be given to any student in need. If you have a team or club that would like to assist please contact Ivonne Woodart (630-3791) as soon as possible.

Our Rosedale pool is special one of three neighborhood pools still in existence in the City of El Paso and our goal is to keep it going for many more years to come.  

Thank you,   
Rosedale Pool and Park Association (RPA)


CULTIVATING COMMUNITY II

WHEN Saturday, May 21, 2016
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
WHERE Jefferson High School
4700 Alameda Ave, 79905
WORKSHOPS
Morning Sessions: “Sowing ideas”

Strand 1: Service Learning (communication and participant research to promote community health) facilitated by Maria Covernali & Leticia Espinoza, Familias Triunfadoras; Dr. Gina Nuñez, UTEP.
Strand 2: Restoring Health (how family & culture resist the normalization of violence) facilitated by Justino Aburto Huerta, La Universidad Tecnológica, & Ceiba—music with roots & history; Fieldtrip, Tierra Es Vida Community Farm.
Strand 3: Revitalizing Health (ancestral & modern practices) facilitated by Darlina Marie (Belly Dancing for Every Body!) & Oscar De la Parra (Lean Mean Fitness); Dr. Yolanda Leyva, UTEP (Deep health).
Strand 4: Why Toxic Test Stress? (an examination, led by Jefferson/Silva students, facilitated by SJE Task Force members Janet Kincaid, Frank Martinez, and Georgina Perez, member of the State Board of Education.
Afternoon Session: “Reaping Actions”
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