Georgia Family Connection turned 25 in 2016, so we’re taking you on a journey—region by region—throughout our anniversary year to show you the landscape for children and families across our state.
No Bullying at Irwin County Elementary School
Irwin County Elementary School 4th and 5th Grade students learn about bullying on Tuesday, October 8th. Percey Chastang from South Health District spoke to the students about the different types of bullying, why people bully, and ways to stop bullying. Mr. Chastang told the students the best way to stop bullying is to tell a teacher or another adult about it and by not letting your friends or relative be bullied. The students should support the one that is bullied and not laugh when someone bullies. We all can stand up to stop bullying now. The Anti-Bullying Program was sponsored by Irwin County Family Connection, South Health District, and Irwin County Elementary School.
Below is a list of playground fundraising and grant resources for your school, church, daycare or non-profit. While every attempt will be made to keep this current, your support & response is appreciated to make sure all links are current.
via Playground Grants.
Our Board of Directors has launched its 2012 Five Star Annual Campaign. With our state funding cut by 10% and more cuts expected, private fundraising is more important than ever.
All members of the Board donate, and through an exciting partnership, every donation from an Individual of $1,000 or more will be matched with another $1,000 donation! This is the third year of our Five Star Campaign, and it has become our third largest revenue source.
Please join us in helping all children succeed in school and in life!
All donations are tax deductible.
As January is Volunteer Appreciation Month, GCHS wanted to get a jumpstart on identifying and thanking the volunteers who serve the students so faithfully. For December, we want to focus attention on the role of the mentor at the high school. Mentors work with students both academically and socially, helping the students to work through problems and realize their potential.