The Community Outreach committee is excited to start another year of involving Mills’ students and families in meaningful service projects that provide our students with the opportunity to learn and grow as they give back to their community. Look for favorite service projects like food, book and t-shirt drives, the Mills / Odom Adopt a Family, and Coats for Kids. Girl Scouts and Boys Scouts will also be running various drives throughout the year. So, save those BOOKS, T-SHIRTS and COATS…we’ll be needing them!
If you have any questions or would like to join the Community Outreach committee, please contact May Martin.
SHOUT AWARDS – Students Helping OUT
Mills PTA Community Outreach Committee would like to recognize students who help out their local/global community, either in-person or virtually. Nominate a child or group of children who have participated in a community service project. Here are some examples, but not limited to: volunteering at the animal shelter, food bank, soup kitchen, participating in a park or town clean-up, helping with school beautification, running a food drive or charity fundraiser, creating greeting cards for sick kids, decorating lunch bags, writing letters to a solder, etc.
1. Include name(s) of student(s)
2. Description of service project
3. Photo of student(s) serving their community (optional)
Please submit nominations to May Martin. Student nominations will be displayed on a bulletin board in the school’s hallway. They will also be recognized in the Mills Messenger. Students will receive a Shout Award for their community service.