Monthly Classroom Project, My Community

Monthly Classroom Project Donations

Yesterday, Little Known Help Zone visited Washington Elementary School in Allentown, PA to donate school supplies for our monthly classroom project. We brought over $500 worth of supplies to 2 classrooms.

Ms. Lovelidge is a wonderful first grade teacher who really emphasizes the arts in her class. She gives her students an outlet to be creative and express themselves, and they love it. You should see their beautiful creations!

Ms. Brennert is an English as a Second Language teacher to over 50 students! It was vital to bring her the basics so she could supply her classrooms with what they need to feel more empowered and ready in school.

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Monthly Classroom Donation: John Marshall Elementary School

Little Known Help Zone visited John Marshall Elementary School in Philadelphia on May 7th to deliver a variety of donated school supplies, copy paper, and help distribute the 100 dictionaries to the third graders from our partnership with the Bryn Mawr Rotary Club. This was a great visit where we could tour the school and give individual31945812_2159100891028847_3143305960567603200_n.jpg items to every teacher as part of teacher appreciation week!

 

 

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Bryn Mawr Rotary Dictionary Collaboration

LKHZ is excited to announce an exciting collaboration that is enriching our Monthly Classroom Project. The Bryn Mawr Rotary Club has agreed to donate their dictionaries to third grade classrooms at the schools we visit. The first donation will be at Jefferson Marshall Elementary; the Rotary is donating dictionaries for their 80 third grade students. A personal dictionary is a great way for children to enrich their education and we are very excited for this collaboration.

Visit the club website here: http://www.brynmawrrotary.org/

Monthly Classroom Project, My Community

Camelot KAPS Donation

Today was a wonderful day at the Camelot KAPS school in Germantown, PA. We visited and donated over 100 items for their 100 students valued at over $300. This was the latest installment of our classroom project.

 

Mr. Luke, the music and arts teacher, was kind enough to allow me to visit, meet some of his students, and see the facility. I had a wonderful time and it is always inspiring to make a tangible difference in Philadelphia!

Monthly Classroom Project, My Community

Monthly Classroom Visit: Camelot KAPS

On April 3rd, LKHZ will be visiting Camelot KAPS in Germantown, PA, right outside of Philadelphia. This is a charter school that provides emotional support for students and does wonderful work within the Philadelphia community.

There are 100 students, so LKHZ will be bringing 100 items to signify each student and their potential and success. This school is very hands on with art, meaning a lot of the supplies being delivered will be art focused including paints and even outdoor supplies.

Thank you to all the generous donors including the Emmaus Kiwanis and Valley Forge Rotary club!

Monthly Classroom Project, My Community

January Classroom Visit

On January 18th, LKHZ visited Washington Elementary to deliver about $150 worth of school supplies, including items from our sponsor Myndology, This was a wonderful day spent crafting first with Ms. Emert’s classroom then donating to Ms. Day and Ms. Guranich’s class. The children had lots of questions about the crown and sash and enjoyed the visit.

Monthly Classroom Project, My Community

Little Known Help Zone: Giving the Children What They Need

On Saturday, January 13th, Makenna Lenover, the founder of Little Known Help Zone, was crowned Miss Freedom Forge 2018. This means that Little Known Help Zone is now her platform, where she’ll be advocating for supplying children with what they need for educational success and empowering them in their goals.

Little Known Help Zone’s action, the monthly classroom project, will continue along with an advocacy portion with speaking engagements and a legacy that involves encouraging youth to act and make an effort to make a difference in their communities.

Follow her page at https://www.facebook.com/Miss-Freedom-Forge-2018-Makenna-Lenover-1169430899858970/?ref=bookmarks to see more of her work26231752_1566031586814906_6412454270260942842_n.jpg