Thanks to an anonymous donation, the committee was able to provide pedometers to Morse Pond School to be used for both lessons with future walks for water, math and more!
Way to go Morse Pond School Tent Install team! A new record was set installing in 2 hours! Special thanks to all our volunteers including a power team from facilities and our supervisor John Vidal!
Because of the generous donations from our community we were able to get bounce bands for 1 team at Morse Pond School for the Karson/Simanski team! These are great solutions for our students when indoors as their movement is limited.
Bouncy Bands are unique products that use movements to stimulate the brain and boost mental performance. A Clemson University study concluded that students using Bouncyband tension bands stay on task for 10% longer and they are especially useful with high energy kids!
We would love to be able to get more of these for more of the teams that wish for them. If you would like to make donation specifically for this by purchasing the product or making a donation directly to us please let us know!
Thank you so much to the early Saturday morning crew under the supervision and work of Christian Valle, from the The Valle Group, who came out to finish the install of the Morse Pond School sun sail! Special thanks again to Chris Debettencourt from Accurate Fence who dug and secured the posts for us on Thursday in advance to make this work go super quick!
It is so amazing to see the progress our committee is making for our kids!! Thank you to everyone for leaning in and giving your time and talents no matter how big or small, it all makes a difference!
Thank you to Murray & MacDonald Insurance for the donation of 20 portable desks to Morse Pond. These lightweight desks will make outdoor learning so much easier!!
We are now only 20 away from reaching our goal of 60!
If you’d like to make a donation, please reach out Jackie Jepsen, our point person for Morse Pond School.
490 bags of chalk for the Morse Pond Schools was delivered this Saturday to be put into the incoming recess bags (purchased by the Morse Pond PTO) with the jump ropes (donated by local families) for the 5th and 6th graders! The chalk was purchased using donations made to our committee via the Falmouth VIPS. Thank you to everyone who has contributed from as little as $10 to as large as $3500. Every single dollar helps us!!!
Thank you so much to local dad and business owner, Chris DeBettencourt, Accurate Fence
for digging the holes and securing them last night in preparation for our Sun Sail install tomorrow morning! He not only helped us by donating his time and the cement but also saved lives by saving both myself and our volunteers from digging these holes. Thank you Chris! It is a superb job!!!
Morse Pond Volunteer Day:
Saturday October 24, 2020 8:30am
Sun sail install in the Inner Courtyard
Join us to install the sun sail share for the Morse Pond Courtyard under the supervision of our friend Christian Valle of the Valle Group.
We are looking for the following items to help us do the install:
Step Ladder; Postal Digger (we will be digging down 6 feet for 3 posts); Screw Guns; Shovels; Rakes.
If you can help please let us know asap!
If you can help let us know below:
Photo Credit: Steve Heaslip photos
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