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Food Donations

Cross keys partners with Senior Connections to feed the elderly

On December 22-23, Cross Keys High School SkillsUSA along with HOSA
students packaged food and fruit baskets for the elderly. Members met at
the school with the advisors, Mrs. Bonds, Mrs. Hesse, and Mr. Gray, to
package food baskets that included chicken and fruits. Member, Jackie
Juarez, stated “It is a great way to spend time helping the elderly, I
could have been home asleep but this project kept me busy and I enjoyed
giving back to my community”. Chairman of Community Service, Jedry
Gaitan, led the first of two stops to SeniorConnection. Over fifty food
boxes and fruit baskets were delivered! The event was a success, SkillsUSA and
HOSA will continue to fight hunger for the elderly in the community.

 
Woodward Elementary visits
Woodward elementary students tour Ck Career Technology Labs

On November 21, Cross Keys SkillsUSA members provided a tour of the technical labs to fourth and fifth graders.  SkillsUSA Public Relations committee made contact with the Counselor of Woodward Elementary School to schedule the activity.  Woodward students had an opportunity to visit each lab, listen to members as they discussed what they do in class and test some of the tools and equipment.  Juan Bernal, construction student felt great about putting on the tour and telling the fifth graders about his class.  One fourth grader stated that he could not wait to come to high school to take all classes.  Daniela Ramirez stated, “lets do this again in the Spring.  The elementary students need to know everything about Career and Technical Education.”  SkillsUSA Members have decided to make this an annual event.  Danny Casia stated that this is one way to increase enrollment in our technical classes.

 
 
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March 25 - 28, 2015
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March 12 - 14, 2015 
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March 19 - 21, 2015 
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