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05/17/2017: "FHH Needs "Evaluators""

he Community Service-Learning Projects class at Friday Harbor High School is a chance for juniors to explore their passions and strengths by designing a project with a community partner that addresses a need in the community. By designing and completing a meaningful project it is hoped that students will leave a lasting legacy for the school, community and themselves.

The semester is soon coming to an end and students have been working diligently all semester to complete their projects. On Wednesday June 7th, 2017 (5:30 " 7:00 P.M.), students will be giving presentations demonstrating all that they have accomplished and learned this term. We need community members to come and give valuable feedback to our students about their projects.

It will truly be an exciting evening to learn about so many great projects such as: interviewing and making playlists for the Music and Memory program, building coffee tables for the library, writing and performing a play on bullying for the elementary school, working on the pathways at Mount Grant, raising money for children’s scholarships with the Family Resource Center, raising awareness of the plight of our resident orca population, teaching cooking classes at a local school, documenting plant growth at American Camp …. just to name a few!

For those of you who have assisted before, you will be impressed with the progress the school has made in their efforts to make community connections and do real world work. For those of you who have not attended these presentations, it’s an opportunity to see the accomplishments of the studentsl. Jenny Wilson, Community Projects Teacher states "We are proud of the passion students have for their service projects."

We need approximately 18 evaluators.
What: Community Service-Learning Presentations
Where: Friday Harbor High School
When: Wednesday, June7th
Time: 5:30 " 7:00
Why: Give feedback to students about their projects

Please respond by email to: if you can evaluate.

Tom Bauschke
John Evans
Mary Kalbert
Ron Keeshan
Gordy Petersen
Janice Peterson
Bruce Sallan
Terra Tamai
Amy Wynn
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