Dr Steve Gallon III Newsletter

Dr Steve Gallon III August Newsletter

Highlights of District 1 Faith Based School Adoption Initiative.
Through the initiative and leadership of District 1 School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon III, District 1 has successfully established and implemented a Faith Based Adopt a School Initiative. This initiative is based on the belief that all community stakeholders must play a role in the education and success of our students.
Please take a look at some of the highlights from our Schools and Faith Based Groups in District 1. District 1 schools are on the move!
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church and Carol City Middle School

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church and several other community members held Career Day at Carol City Middle School.

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Islamic Center of Greater Miami and Lake Stevens Elementary

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Bethel & Golden Glades Elementary

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Love Fellowship, Clarendon Services & Bunche Park Elementary
2018 LFM Summer Education Camp at Love Fellowship Ministries church.
The three partners; Clarendon Services Incorporated, Love Fellowship Ministries and Bunche Park Elementary School; worked to provide a positive summer camp experience for the students and we think it was a success.
They were really proud of the fact that this year they were able to achieve their goal of producing a book for each child to demonstrate what they are capable of, and to lift their self-esteem. Their goal was to pollinate dreams, and they did. They are proud of their books. There were other achievements also.
Mrs. Aponte, principal, and her team at Bunche Park Elementary School (BPES) were very supportive & helpful. The reading and math specialists were also very helpful.
They had a great group of community & church volunteers who also contributed to the success of the program.
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Mount Hermon & Parkview Elementary

Pioneers from Mt. Hermon serving and participating during Parkview Elementary Field Day.

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Christ Community Church, Miami Seventh Day Baptist Church, & Biscayne Gardens Elementary

Christ Community Church & Miami Seventh Day Baptist Church partnered up to show some love towards our teachers for the whole week during Teacher Appreciation Week.

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Christ Community Church, Envision Miami & Thomas Jefferson Middle School
Christ Community Church in conjunction with Envision Miami was at Thomas Jefferson Middle School being a helping hand on April 14th in meeting the needs of the school by cleaning the yard and removing all the debris and trash from outside.
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The Fountain Church & North Glade Elementary
The Fountain Church partners with North Glade Elementary on several initiatives. Some of the initiatives include but are not limited to the following:
·Literacy Day (Every 2nd Tuesday) – Reading to Students
·The Inaugural Education and Resource Expo for District One
·A day of service during our Pastors Appreciation Weekend
·Donating refreshments for meetings
·Member of both the PTA and ESAC
·Providing toys to all students in Pre-K for Christmas
·Love Feast – Serving dinner to the Students of North Glade and their families during the holiday season
·Hosting the Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2018
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Councilman David Williams & Prayer in the Gardens

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The David Williams, Jr. Science Award is the fifth and final component to the City of Miami Gardens Science and Engineering Fair. This component consists of naming a winner (this year there were two co-winners) and a tree dedication that takes place at the City of Miami Gardens Botanical Garden. Councilman Williams, Jr. along with District 1 School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon III, plants two trees dedicated to the two persons that have made distinguished contributions in science and furthered the cause of science in the City of Miami Gardens and to the betterment of citizens’ lives; the trees are fruit bearing trees for the citizens of Miami Gardens and perpetuity. Also, the awarded individuals are chosen by scientists. The schools involved in this award are:
  • Parkview Elementary
  • Scott Lake Elementary
  • Brentwood Elementary
  • Lake Stevens Elementary
  • North Dade Center for Modern Language
  • Norwood Elementary
  • Carol City Elementary
  • Rainbow Park Elementary
  • Bunche Park Elementary
  • Nathan B. Young Elementary
  • Parkway Elementary
  • Skyway Elementary
  • Miami Gardens Elementary
  • Hibiscus Elementary
THANK YOU!
As we prepare for the upcoming school year, let’s remember that there are two words that can make a huge difference in your school and community this year: You matter. If students, parents, teachers and community stakeholders know that their contributions and presence make an impact every single day, we can make a change.

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