In-Classroom Project

All Projects for the 2017-2018 have been completed.

Please check back in September for the 2018-2019 Projects.


The In-Classroom Project takes place in grade 4-12 public school classrooms all over Santa Cruz County. In-Classroom Projects run six to eight weeks and are usually teacher initiated. Volunteers typically work with four to five students in a small group, twice a week for an hour at a time.

 

Past Projects:


Camy Ditter: Lighthouse Personalized Learning Center

Camy Ditter: Lighthouse Personalized Learning Center The Outsiders Handbook Project: Grades 9-12 Seeking 4 Writing Project Assistants. Students will write from their own experience about how they’ve learned to be their own ‘Lighthouse:’ what strategies, tools, and...

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Sharon Mullowney: Costanoa High School

Sharon Mullowney: Costanoa High School Hablamos Juntos Project: Grades 9-12 Seeking 6 Writing Project Assistants. Students will use artwork contributed by Museo Eduardo Carrillo as the inspiration for their own personal narratives. The first two weeks of the project...

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Lauren Crosser: Branciforte Middle School

Cornerstone Project: Grade 8 Seeking 7 Writing Project Assistants. This year’s topic will center around “the roots of our happiness,” with the themes of home, heart and happiness integrated throughout the entire school year in academic lessons. Young writers will...

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Wendy Thompson: Branciforte Middle School

Cornerstone Project: Grade 8 Seeking 14 Writing Project Assistants. This year’s topic will center around “the roots of our happiness,” with the themes of home, heart and happiness integrated throughout the entire school year in academic lessons. Young writers will...

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