Our Life Skills students visited the Holt Park & Center for the Arts on November 1. Students visited this location to continue to develop, promote and increase their awareness and interest in healthy activities. They also practiced utilizing their current social skills and work towards building new skills. The students enjoyed exploring this center and are excited to return, as we will be volunteering here regularly. We adopted a garden at this location and will also be assisting the staff in caring for the animals.
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At North Bay, they taught our students to recognize how their actions affect their futures, their community, and the environment using character development and outdoors activities. The students attended two classes each day. One after breakfast and one after lunch. In these classes they did educational team-building activities using art, science and math, skills and knowledge. They learned how to build a fire, build their own shelter using branches and logs between two trees, how to identify animal bones, and learned many fun important facts about the environment. During the classes each student was given a journal to write and [...]
Students from 6 separate High Road Schools visited High Road School of Harford County on March 23rd for a Mock Interview Day. Students worked with their Transition Coordinators to prepare for the day, which included resume building, determining the appropriate attire, and questions for employers. Community employers donated their time and spoke to students about a range of careers including nursing, real estate, business, and education. The students also had follow-up meetings with their Transition Coordinators to go over their takeaways from the day. Thank you so much to all of you who participated and provided such helpful feedback [...]
My Experience at Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Randall M., took classes at CCBS this semester and was given the opportunity to speak at their Fall graduation ceremony. Randall's experience at CCBC was very exciting for him and he wanted to share why it was so special. Being a student at Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) provided me with many new and exciting opportunities. I had many chances to be independent at campus. I was able to create connections with a wide diversity of people and enjoy healthy friendships. My internship gave me work experience in my chosen [...]