Reservoir special-needs students free to help with office work [Highland/Fulton]

Howard County Times

If you own a local business and need a little extra office, this next bit is for you.

Reservoir High School special needs students are available to help. The class is working on developing pre-work skills and are desperately in need of more work to do. They can complete mailings (and drop it off at the post office upon request), do labeling, collate, fold papers, fold brochures, file papers alphabetically, put together folders, hole punch, count out tickets or other items, shred documents, stuff goodie bags and wrap gifts.

But wait! There’s more. This is just a small sampling of the things these kids have done in the past. If it’s not on the list, just give the coordinator a ring and discuss it with her — there’s a very good possibility that these kids can rise to the challenge and do the task. They are open to most possibilities. What’s more: their services are free. Work can be dropped off at Reservoir High School or it can be picked up and returned when it’s finished. Please contact Grace Dellinger 410-888-8850; Grace_Dellinger@hcpss.org

What are your plans for dinner on Sunday, March 11? How about a nice, home-made Italian dinner- either spaghetti with meat balls or lasagna with salad, bread, beverages and dessert? Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?

If you find this appealing and appetizing, then come to the St. Louis Catholic School cafeteria between the hours of 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. where members of the Youth Ministry of St. Louis will wait upon you. Take-away dinner options are also available. Come early to avoid the dinner rush between 4 and 6 p.m.

Tickets cost $10/adult, $5/children (10 and under), $13/lasagna, $16/combo spaghetti/lasagna and $40/immediate family of six with all proceeds from dinner supporting youth ministry activities. For more information, call the church ministry at 410-531-6668.

The Lime Kiln Middle School “Lime Lighter” students of the week - students who have demonstrated their ability to “ROAR” - responsible, respectful and academically focused, for the week ending Feb. 16 were: Ella Greenwood, Tina Hoyson, Aliza Malik, Anna Hostovich, Theo Poulos, Michelle Rhee, Elle Kristo, Kourtnie Borns and Kimberly Gordon. For the week ending Feb. 23, the students were: Summer Richmond, Jane Shin, Rayaan Chaudhry, Zach Zinderman, Caroline Rosenberry, Aleeza Khan, Aidan Loehr, Heidi Herschbach and Brighty Sebastian.

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