Amity High School Students and paraprofessional, Caitlyn Lewis distribute holiday baskets for Woodbridge Human Services
Amity High School Students and Ms. Caitlyn Lewis, a paraprofessional in the Alternative School sorted food, and lifted many baskets, bags, and boxes of food to help Woodbridge Human Services provide Holiday baskets to residents in need. The Alternative School students have provided their energy and muscle to this program for several years. Human Services personnel are grateful for their assistance and generous spirit.
Humanitarian Project at Amity Middle School -Bethany
Youth Services invites Amity Middle School-Bethany students to create Bot Buddies (fun painted characters on dominoes) and assemble felt blankets for children at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital. This free program meets after school on Tuesday, January 15th from 2:30 to 3:50 at Amity Middle School-Bethany in the cafeteria. Students will decide which power symbol to designate to their buddy to offer some reassurance and comfort during children’s hospital stays. No skills are required, except the desire to help others. Community service hours will be approved. Parent permission form must be received by Friday, January 11th. Call 203-389-3429, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register and request a permission form. See the Town of Woodbridge Website at www.woodbridgect.org/160/Youth-Services.
Woodbridge Job Bank
Woodbridge teens willing to rake leaves or shovel snow wanted. Help residents and earn cash by joining the Woodbridge Job Bank. Call 203-389-3429 or email Youth Services at email@example.com to join. Earn some money. Other jobs in yard work, child care or animal care also available. Residents may call 203-389-3429 to hire help. Please call at least one week before help is needed.