My son’s school finally has a playground! This is a wonderful thing for the children. And it all came about because of one teacher’s tenacity and persistence, and was paid for with 100% donations (no grants)!
Thank you WKBN/WYTV for answering my call, and giving this great day for our school some media coverage.
Love this station!
Hey y’all I’m selling tickets for my son’s school fundraiser. The tickets
are $1 per ticket OR 6 for $5. The prizes are fantastic! Look at this -
First Night Youngstown Package
(Valued at over $80! Compliments of John R. Swierz, Youngstowns’ 7th Ward Councilman)
This package consists of 2 adult passes to First Night Youngstown on New Years Eve (kids are free). Each pass comes with a voucher for 2 tickets to the YSU Women’s Basketball game vs Cleveland State on New Years Eve afternoon, (so that’s 4 tickets total), 2 tickets to the Ford Theater at YSU for the week of Feb 23 (4 tickets total); and a buy-one-get-one-free admission to the Steel Museum. WOW!
Camelot Lanes Adult Bowling Party
(Valued at $100)
This package is for a bowling party for 10 adults, which includes 2 hours of bowling; 2 lanes; 10 prs of rental shoes, house bowling balls, and complimentary nachos and salsa. STRRRRRRRRRRIKE!
Movie Night Basket
(Compliments of the West Side Citizens Coalition Neighborhood Assoc.)
The basket is FULL of goodies such as movies, various candies, popcorn, a gift card to Pizza Joe’s, and much more! Perfect for a family fun night during Christmas break.
Family Avon Basket
(Compliments of Stacey Adger)
This HUGE basket is full of various products for the entire family, valued at over $100!
Please help us out folks. My son’s school is Summit Academy, which is designed to educate kids with Asperger Syndrome, high-functioning Autism, ADHD and related disorders.
Thanks so much!
Sept 8 is the first day of school here. My son is really looking forward to it. These long summer vacations aren’t good for kids with his disorders. It’ll take him a few weeks at the very least to get back into the swing of things.
I’m glad he’s going back, to get him back into a routine if nothing else. It’s hard to keep a kid, any kid, on a routine during the summer.
He’ll be returning to Summit Academy for alternative learners. They have a new director, and he has a new teacher, this year.
Ought to be fun, since he hates change so bad. Keeping my fingers crossed and saying some prayers!