FALCON NEWS & EVENTS
LEAD TO FEED PROJECT LED BY CLAIRE REMMEN
Posted February 3, 2020
By Sansita Adhikari
One of Air Base K - 8 Center’s students has taken on a project initiative that has demonstrated her perseverance and dedication. Lead to Feed is a project created by Claire Remmen, a National Junior Honor Society member, in the spring of 2019. The project’s mission is to help reduce the cost of feeding dogs in local rescue facilities by selling original hand woven paracord dog leashes and donating the profits to these facilities. Today, Claire’s project continues to thrive and make immense progress. According to Mrs. Remmen, her mother, “almost $1,000 of leashes have been sold since the project’s creation.” In February 2020, Lead to Feed has donated $500 to Paws4You, a rescue shelter in Miami - Dade’s Kendall area.
Remmen’s vision lives on as she has seen the impact it has made and hopes to expand the project’s efforts and outreach in the South Florida community. “Lead to Feed is an incredible project that is built with the hard work of our incredible team. I hope to see it expand its goals to reducing the stray dog population in South Florida as well as our community outreach. With our Air Base team, I see great success on the horizon” says Claire.
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Applications for
the 2020-2021 School Year
Posted January 31, 2020
The much anticipated VPK applications will be available from Monday, February 3rd through Thursday, February 27th, 2020. Parents must apply in person from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm with Ms. Blackburn.
Parents are reminded to apply for the Certificate of Eligibility (COE). This is not necessary when applying, however, if the child is accepted, parents will be required to submit the COE.
Please visit VPKhelp.org to apply for the COE. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Ms. Blackburn at or 305-258-3676.
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Miami-Dade County Public Schools continues to prioritize the health and wellbeing of its students and employees. Therefore, schools will remain closed through the end of this school year and distance learning will continue.