Paulding Center News (Dallas, Ga.)
Notes from Mrs. Snyder, Miss Rose, Mrs. Budnek, and Mrs. Beaty.
We welcomed four new students in September: Raven Anderson, Dean Enus, Jesse Holloway and Shannon Watson. They are each adjusting well and have become active members of our community.We will begin our work in Glasser’s Choice Theory Curriculum during our class meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is a short, engaging program that will help students learn how to make better choices.
Our students are doing very well in our small group time too! The middle school students are learning how to write a research paper and the high school students are preparing for their EOCT’s.
Oct.8 – Last Day in the first progress reporting period. Parents, look for a progress report mailed to you from our corporate office in Chicago sometime after Oct.15th.
September Center Attendance = 91%
10 students had perfect attendance!
Community Outreach and Service Learning
We have been collecting money for Paulding Christmas Inc. through our Pennies for Paulding drive. At this point, we have raised more than 12 pounds of coins. We aren’t sure how much money that is yet. We will count it in late November.
We may try to guess how much 12 pounds of money is worth.
Our middle school students have completed their canned goods drive for the Warehouse of Hope. We collected 42 canned and dry goods and special recognition goes to Dean Enus for the most donations by an individual.
Good job, Dean! As of the end of September, we have had 10 students turn in their additional hours records for a total of 349 hours.Great work! These hours include babysitting, cutting grass, and cleaning the garage. Remember, any time you spend helping others, time on self improvement, or helping family counts. Just turn those hours in!
For Middle School Term Papers
Sources – Oct. 1
Thesis Statement – Oct. 8
Completion of Outline – Oct. 22
Rough Draft – Nov. 12
Final Draft – Dec. 10
Our Paulding Center is located in Paulding County at:
4075 Marietta Highway, Suite 126
Dallas, GA 30157
Categories: Education Resources, News
Tags: Community service, Georgia, Glasser Theory