Our students in the Career Awareness Center are busy with many community service projects.
Millburn Regional Day School’s Career Awareness Center, under the supervision of Amy Stevens and Michele Zaitz, is buzzing with activity. In an effort to give back to the community, our students just completed assembling 750 goody bags that were given out at The Lupus Foundation’s Walk-a-Thon held on October 23. They are now working on assembling 1,200 goody bags for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, as well as stuffing envelopes for the Millburn-Short Hills Scholastic Boosters Fund. Throughout the year, students consistently work on putting together informational packets for NJ Poison Control.
he students of Millburn Regional Day School were delighted to attend our Third Annual Apple Festival
Apple treats were sampled and crafts were made. We thank Mr. Bob’s class for providing apple butter and crackers, Ms. Michele’s class for making apple pie, Ms. Lisa’s class for making apple turnovers, Ms. Laura for assisting students to make applesauce, and Ms. Erica for bringing apples to dip in honey for a sweet new year. Ms. Helen’s and Ms. Denise’s classes provided all the supplies needed for making apple wreaths and apple faces, while Ms. Linda and Ms. Marilyn assisted children in making apple prints. Students enjoyed playing a bingo game with the help of Ms. Lydia, and spent time coloring pictures and completing word-search pages provided by the Career Awareness Center. With the help of Ms. Amy and Ms. Val, all students placed an apple with their pictures on our “MRDS Family Apple Tree.” Ms. Helen’s class assisted with setting up tables and chairs. We thank all of those who participated in our annual event!