It is a combination of the best of times and the more challenging of times for students of different age groups and skill-sets. On one hand, knowing how to study makes it a rewarding time, as students are able to practice and hone their learning acumen to meet or exceed the expectations based on the goals and standards of a given grade level and content area. Likewise, there are those for whom it is a challenge in regards to applying the process needed in order to take better advantage of the learning process.
On October 29th at the Emmaus House, volunteers and concerned individuals have the opportunity to lend support to both audiences, especially those in grades K-5.
The Study Hall, an afternoon and summer camp program that serves students in grades K-5 (mainly in the Peoplestown community of Atlanta) is hosting its annual fall festival. It takes place from 3-5:30pm and is a combination of enrichment (learning), fitness activities, and other interactive programming centered on the academic and personal success of the young people served (elementary school aged students).
"We are looking for session leaders (and volunteers) for the activities and games", notes Michael Boozer (who serves as the 3rd grade academic coach and volunteer coordinator for the event).
With its focus on academic enrichment, cultural enrichment, financial literacy, civic engagement, and wellness, the upcoming event lends favorably to its overall programming. For those who are interested in learning more, including volunteering for the upcoming event, you are encouraged to call 404-659-1415 (and speak with Mr. Boozer or any of the staff) or email them at email@example.com. The Study Hall has a social media presence (Facebook) as well.
Supporting and encouraging the development of young people, especially during the foundation years of elementary education, is clearly an area of concern for the immediate and surrounding community. Since 1989, the staff of The Study Hall is dedicated to changing minds...(and) changing lives.
On the 29th, it's a good idea to go to study hall.