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Making a Difference in Our Education; Inspiring Youth for the Future

The Rotary Club of Peachtree City is so very proud to sponsor Interact Clubs at Starrs Mill High School and The Foundry School! "These awesome young adults are making a difference in the world already! Both schools participated in our annual Winter Coat Drive and collected over 100 items between the two groups! "

Paulding Rotary Club welcomed the Fellowship of Christian Athletes  (FCA) and President Jeb Gordon presented FCA's Robbie Finley with a check for $1,000 . The FCA brings a Christian ministry to young athletes and coaches in Paulding's middle and high schools. They provide camps and retreats for coaches and athletes, that teach leadership skills and provide guidance.

During January 277 Pre-K Students and 15 Pre-K Teachers at Crisp County Pre-K and Crisp Academy received a copy of "Captain Kale and the Superfoods" by Amy Roth. Most of the books were purchased by the Rotary Club of Cordele through a District Grant from The Rotary Foundation. Additional community resources such as the Cordele Garden Club provided additional funds. The books are part of The Growing Garden program - designed to help with addressing literacy and nutrition through the Get Georgia Ready Reading Campaign, Talk with me Baby and Tasty Success. Through collaboration with UGA Extension, Crisp County, Crisp County School System, Crisp County Community Council - GA Family Connection Collaborative, Crisp Area Arts Alliance, and Amy Roth – book author.

East Cobb Rotarians are proud of their partner Wheeler High School and the AVID faculty and students! Great results! "Wheeler’s AVID program is currently completing its 5th year and the numbers don’t lie! Look at these GPA’s by grade level! Extremely proud of our AVID students, teachers and active supporters! What an outstanding job and keep up the work!"

Carrollton Elementary School recently received a generous donation of Chromebooks from the Rotary Club of Carrollton to provide more technology for special needs children in the school’s prekindergarten program. Pictured from left are CES Principal Kylie Carroll, Rotary Club of Carrollton Past President Sandra Morris, Director of Student Services Mary Raburn, and Assistant Supt. of Teaching and Learning Dr. Anna Clifton. Morris secured the Chromebooks by successfully applying for and receiving grant funding through Rotary organizations. 

Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
January 31, 2021

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