The Boy Scouts of Troops 502, 521 and 503, in collaboration with the 4-H Sew Cool Needle Nerds Sewing Club of Promise, created sixty-five privacy screens for the special education department. These screens are used in classrooms to provide privacy from distractions for students with disabilities. Through resource catalogs, the screens can cost $100 or more, but the Boy Scout troops were able to build the screens for $20 a piece. Labor for sewing and fabric were donated by the 4-H Sewing Club.
Each division must conduct a public awareness campaign (also known as a child find program) to inform the community about special education programs and services. View School Board Policy IGBA, Programs for Students with Disabilities.
For more information contact Jacquelyn Barnes at 804-633-5088 ext#1061 or email@example.com .