Woodview Gives Day (November 18th) Donations Needed
Published on Nov 10, 2014 11:09

In November, we’ll be focusing on showing gratitude and giving thanks.  On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 18, we’ll be holding our first annual Woodview Gives Day.  Students at all grade levels will be participating in activities to help the community around them.  Students in grades 4K-1 will be creating winter ornaments for seniors and shut-ins in the community, while students in grades 2-3 will be making fleece tie blankets for young patients at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital.  Our 4th and 5th graders will be traveling to the Mequon Nature Preserve to help with an environmental project involving the collection of prairie seed for land restoration. 

In order to complete these service projects, we need your help with supplies.  Thank you in advance for your help.  If you are able to donate any of the following materials, we would appreciate it:

·         4K-1st Grade Project – Winter Ornaments for Seniors and Shut-Ins

  • o   Pine cones (75)
  • o   Glitter (silver, blue, and white) and/or glitter glue
  • o   Colored beads (various sizes)
  • o   Ribbon (white and blue)
  • o   Buttons (various sizes)
  • o   Popsicle sticks

·         2nd-3rd Grade Project – Blankets for Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital

  • o   Fleece material (3’ x 4’, single layer)

·         4th-5th Grade Project – Prairie Seed Collection at Mequon Nature Preserve

  • o   5 gallon (or similar) ice cream buckets, pails, etc.

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