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  • Sep 4
    Pack the Back Packs

    As one extension of the Breaking Bread event, JMU's Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is joining forces with Keister Elementary School, Trinity Presbyterian Church, and the College of Education to “Pack the Back Packs” with food. 

    Currently about 25 children who receive free lunches and their families receive a weekend supply of food through this program.  KDP and the EERE Department extend both an invitation and challenge to all faculty and students to bring at least 1 item from the attached list to Friday’s big event.  Boxes will be placed outside Memorial Auditorium from drop-off between the hours of 9:00 – 1:00.  If you or members of your class would prefer to drop off donations at another time, a box is provided in the EERE office at 3100.

    As one extension of this exciting event, KDP is joining forces with Keister Elementary School, Trinity Presbyterian Church, and the College of Education to “Pack the Back Packs” with food. Currently about 25 children who receive free lunches and their families receive a weekend supply of food through this program. KDP and the EERE Department extend both an invitation and challenge to all faculty and students to bring at least 1 item from the attached list to Friday’s big event. Boxes will be placed outside Memorial Auditorium from drop-off between the hours of 9:00 – 1:00. If you or members of your class would prefer to drop off donations at another time, a box is provided in the EERE office at 3100.

    As one extension of this exciting event, KDP is joining forces with Keister Elementary School, Trinity Presbyterian Church, and the College of Education to “Pack the Back Packs” with food. Currently about 25 children who receive free lunches and their families receive a weekend supply of food through this program. KDP and the EERE Department extend both an invitation and challenge to all faculty and students to bring at least 1 item from the attached list to Friday’s big event. Boxes will be placed outside Memorial Auditorium from drop-off between the hours of 9:00 – 1:00. If you or members of your class would prefer to drop off donations at another time, a box is provided in the EERE office at 3100.

  • Sep 4
    Breaking Bread / Breaking the Bubble

    our purpose: hoping to provide a connection between organizations that support school-kids and their families in this community AND our students who trend toward meeting the needs of young people. We're shamelessly going to provide 200 free food-truck lunches for 200 students in an attempt to build long volunteer relationships with the community organizations. The food truck event will be next Fri. behind Mem Hall from 11 AM - 1 PM We appreciate all the support from our capable staff, particularly Yvonne, Joyce, and Vickie, as well as the support of our deans One final word - if you want to join the 200 students in eating outside, please do, but pack your own lunch as all the meals on the food trucks will be spoken for.

    our purpose: hoping to provide a connection between organizations that support school-kids and their families in this community AND our students who trend toward meeting the needs of young people. We're shamelessly going to provide 200 free food-truck lunches for 200 students in an attempt to build long volunteer relationships with the community organizations. The food truck event will be next Fri. behind Mem Hall from 11 AM - 1 PM We appreciate all the support from our capable staff, particularly Yvonne, Joyce, and Vickie, as well as the support of our deans One final word - if you want to join the 200 students in eating outside, please do, but pack your own lunch as all the meals on the food trucks will be spoken for.

    One final word - If you want to join the first 200 students in eating outside, please pack your own lunch! The food truck won't be selling food...all the meals are paid for so the students who show up can eat for free!

  • Sep 12
    Computer-Based Praxis Test

    The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

    We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

    - See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml

  • Sep 19
    Computer-Based Praxis Test

    The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

    We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

    - See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml

  • Oct 10
    Computer-Based Praxis Test

    The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

    We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

    - See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml

  • Nov 7
    Computer-Based Praxis Test

    The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

    We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

    - See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml

  • Dec 5
    Computer-Based Praxis Test

    The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

    We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

    - See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml

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