October 19, 2017

8th grade service project

Dear Corbett district families,

My name is Jakob Witczak and I am an 8th grader in Ms. Dummer’s class. For my service project, I chose to support the Community Transitional School located in NE Portland. The Community Transitional School is dedicated entirely to the needs of children whose families are homeless, living in shelters, motels, cars or other transitional housing and experiencing chronic poverty-related crises. They serve students from ages 5 to 14.

For those of you who are able, I am asking you to help support my service project by donating items from the Community Transitional School’s wish list below. Donations can be dropped off in the black tote located near the middle school office from May 7th – May 15th.

Should you wish to learn more about Community Transitional School please visit their website at http://www.transitionalschool.org/

Thank you,

Jakob Witczak

Community Transitional School Wish List

Classroom Wishes

URGENT! Breakfast cereal
URGENT! Lice shampoo (preferably NIX brand)
Soda (in cans) for our weekly I-Can awards
Basic school supplies
3 x 5 spiral notepads
Plain white copy paper
Electric pencil sharpeners, large, sturdy X-Acto
Snacks for pre-k to 1st graders: Goldfish crackers, smallpacks, small granola bars (no fruit cups please)
Folders with pockets
Extra fine Sharpie pens (the new kind that doesn’t bleed through paper)
Sentence strips
3 ring binders that have zippers around the edges

Clothes Closet

URGENT! Lice shampoo (preferably NIX brand)
Clorox (for kitchen washing)
Sandwich size zip lock/freezer bags
Large school backpacks
Cereal, sweet and healthy (we mix them together)
Boys and girls tennis shoes, size 2 through 10
Boys t-shirts
Underwear, women’s small, size 3-5 (new)
Gift cards for book stores, and for the Learning Palace
Gift cards for Fred Meyers

Office Wishes

HP Inkjet Printer cartridges: HP 56, 57
HP Inkjet Printer cartridges: HP 27 and 28
HP Inkjet Printer cartridges: black, cyan, magenta, yellow HP 920xl or 920
Plain white copy paper
Post-its
Stamps

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