The fact is, many do not have access to these simple necessities. At the crucial time of middle school, students are starting to make decisions that could change the course of the rest of their lives. Club Jubilee is there to ensure those choices kids make are the right ones.
Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013 7:29 PM
By Cameron Townsend
Typically, I have all of my players get their flags on before practice starts in order to transition smoothly from our workout to drills. A few days ago, one of my 6th graders was fooling around with his flags, pulling them off and waiving them in front of an 8th grade boy. One rule I have with the flags is that if any player unnecessarily pulls a flag, they have to take their flags off for the remainder of practice. If flags are required for a drill they have to sit out or I may include them in the drill without needing flags. The 8th grader came up to me and told me that the 6th grader was pulling his own flag and waving it in his face. I walked over to the 6th grader and asked him to put his flags back in the bag. He silently obeyed.
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From our method of loving, listening, learning has emerged a model of “Community Schools”: in which school buildings become neighborhood hubs for community, sustained by neighbors genuinely caring for each other.
Club Jubilee provides opportunities for people surrounding a school to engage with the needs of their neighborhood. On school property, around school hours, we serve a population of marginalized and impoverished children and families. Relational activities such as sports, music, after school recreation, financial assistance, medical and dental clinics, legal/financial counseling, ESL classes, adult literacy and GED tutoring and meals are strengthening our community. Read More...