|Newsletter • December 2012|
You’re learning. You’re accomplishing everything.
— Cameron, student at Harrison Park School
The Shadow Project is awesome. It helps kids in special ed realize they have what it takes to succeed. I started in The Shadow Project at Duniway School in 2nd grade and recently graduated from college. It really made a difference in my life! –Alex Scattarella
Sharing Their Accomplishments
We are proud of the wonderful
strides students in The Shadow Project are making to meet their academic and social goals. At Harrison Park in Southeast Portland, Shannon Cooper’s 60 hard-working students are becoming enthusiastic readers and writers who enjoy school, turn in homework and take the opportunity to give to others. “Not only are my students developing strong a work ethic, they’re developing empathy and caring for each other,” says Shannon. “And they wanted to say thank you.”
Only $6,000 Shy of our Goal!
Your year-end gift will ensure we reach our goal of raising $20,000 through the Willamette Week Give!Guide to empower The Shadow Project’s 1,300 amazing students to succeed in school. The Miller Foundation will be matching new and increased gifts of $100 and up – more than $6,000 to date! Plus, there are still great incentives to be earned. Click here to check them out! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates and inspiring stories.
Every Child Counts
Read the Oregonian’s Guest Commentary by Shadow’s Executive Director and learn three simple things we can all do to help Oregon’s 74,000+ special education students succeed. Do you have ideas to raise awareness and appreciation for these remarkable students? Send your ideas to: email@example.com and help us spread the word on Facebook.
Thank You for Making a Difference
City of Portland’s 2011 “Making a Difference” Award in Education
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December 2012 Newsletter
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I am proud of myself because I'm doing better in class and staying focused. I used to have a hard time with my attitude but I'm doing better now. I'm 13 and I have done the Shadow Project since I was six. The Shadow Project is wonderful. I hope to be like you guys and help kids out someday. Sincerely, Fredy