Annual Report Annual Report 2016-17 - Page 18

Year In Review Building Stronger Communities Together $ 7,2 55 dollars raised and donated by 68 school staff and community members to the victims of the Peabody Street fire. Photo: Coat Drive 1 10 School students, staff, and friends who participated in the MLK Day of Service by organizing a community clean-up day in partnership with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and the Metropolitan Police Department 119 New voters registered to vote in the 2017 national election. J E N Y C OC O M A Carlos Rosario School Student and New Voter worth of food donated by Student Government representatives to Catholic Charities, Martha’s Table, and the Carlos Rosario emergency pantry. Photo: Legal Clinic 204 325 Community members and students received free one-on-one legal counseling through community-wide legal clinics Community members and students received assistance in obtaining affordable healthcare through D.C. Health Link events Photo: DC Health Link sign up kickoff with Mayor Muriel Bowser Photo: Voter Registration in partnership with UnidosUS. I want to vote because it’s my way to reaffirm that I am an important part of this society and with my vote I can decide who will represent us better for the benefit of our community. $ 3,36 0 47 10 0 0 + Community members and students participated in Know Your Rights Workshops convened by Councilmember Brianne Nadeau in partnership with CARECEN and Many Languages, One Voice toys/15 boxes equals the amount of toys/clothing respectively donated to local organizations through student government-led drives. Photo: Know Your Rights Workshop hosted by Council Member Brianne Nadeau 18 CARLOS ROSARIO SCHOOL Annual Report 2017 CARLOS ROSARIO SCHOOL Annual Report 2017 19