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PROJECT CORNERSTONE

UPCOMING TRAININGS & EVENTS

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Friday, January 12, 2024

8:30 a.m.

Classroom C6

Training for Clovis Keeps His Cool

Please note, all Project Cornerstone volunteers need to have SJUSD volunteer clearance prior to volunteering. For information, please see SJUSD Volunteer Policies.

Project Cornerstone Training Days:

September 1st Meet and Greet, plus Asset 101 Training for new parent volunteers

September 8th Invisible Boy

October 8th I Wish You Knew
November 3rd Ruby Bridges Goes to School
January 12th Clovis Keeps His Cool
February 9th Eyes That Kiss in the Corners
March 8th The Dot
April 5th BIG

May 3rd Champion Year Review

Please contact williamsprojectcornerstone@gmail.com for questions.

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Project Cornerstone is a YMCA community initiative, with the mission to create an environment in school communities for students to feel valued and respected. Their ABC program - Asset Building Champion, focusses on developmental assets like building relationships, skills, experiences and values that help young people thrive.

ABC PROGRAM GOALS:

  1. Increase relationships and developmental assets for all children and adults. 

  2. Increase the number of caring adults that students interact with at school

  3. Create a common language and vocabulary about respect in each school community. 

  4. Use children’s literature to share concepts of personal power, resiliency, empathy, integrity, equality and social justice, honesty, and responsibility.

  5. Increase student life skills in building friendships, identification of feelings, taking care of health (physical and emotional), responding to bully behaviors and peaceful conflict resolution. 

  6. Increase student achievement and learning engagement by creating a more caring, positive school climate where all students belong and feel safe.

"CONNECT WITH EMPATHY" 

By modeling appreciation for different types of people, caring adults can foster understanding, challenge stereotypes, promote equality, and encourage diverse and inclusive communities. It’s important that we guide children in understanding and caring for people who are different from them and who may be facing challenges very different from their own challenges. Embracing and valuing differences leads to a more compassionate and inclusive society. 

VOLUNTEER

Thank you for your interest!

We are always looking for more volunteers to join our Program as class readers, if you'd like to volunteer or learn more about the opportunities, please fill out the form below.

REIMBURSEMENT FORM

2023-2024 WINS Payment Request/Reimbursement Form
Instructions:


•  Please submit expenses as they are incurred and paid.

•  To request a deposit/payment to a vendor, complete this form and enclose the invoice.

•  Provide all receipts or invoices as images/scans. This form allows up to ten (10) images. Send additional images to the CFO/Treasurer at williamswinscfo@gmail.com and williamswinstreasurer@gmail.com.

•  Make a copy of the payment request/ reimbursement form before submission and retain a copy for your records. (CMD P for Mac, CTRL P for Windows or click Share on iPhone)

•  We will process check requests in order of receipt. Contact the CFO/Treasurer for urgent payments.

•  Incomplete forms may result in processing delays or rejections.

GRADE 1 TO GRADE 5 BOOKS

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TK TO KINDER BOOKS

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TK-Kinder
TK-Kinder
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