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Partnerships

Scottsville Elementary School Partners

The following partners recently contributed to Scottsville programs. 


Longwood University
Student teachers
University of Virginia Astronomy Department
Astronomy Club after school
New Bethel United Methodist Church
Clothing for families - donated through the holiday assistance program
Scottsville United Methodist Church
Clothing for families - donated through the holiday assistance program
St. Anne's
Clothing and toys for families during holiday season
Emanuel Lutheran
Clothing for families - donated through the holiday assistance program
University Baptist Church
Clothing for families - donated through the holiday assistance program
Region Ten
TDT
Bread of Life
We donate the items we collect during food drives to their food pantry. Last time we collected enough that it could be shared with Scottsville Methodist and Baptist churches. They have also offered to help our families with food if needed.
Old Dominion Bank
Clothing donations during the holiday season
United Way
Day of Caring coordination
Goodwill Industries
When we participate in the Goodwill drive (collecting items for Goodwill), Goodwill gives us vouchers for our students to use at Goodwill stores.
Sam's Club
We won a contest through them. Have offered to donate items when needed. Not sure if anyone has taken advantage yet or not.
American Heart Association
Jump Rope for Heart
St. Jude's
Math-a-thon
UVA Children's Hospital
Hocky-thon
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Pennies for Patients
Quickstart Tennis
Lessons on tennis and nutrition
Albemarle Co. Police Dept.
Bike safety demonstration and bike helmets for 17 bright star students. Officers have also given safety talks during classroom guidance lessons.
Scottsville Lion's Club
Donated money last year during the holiday season that we're still using to assist students and their families.
Scottsville Senior Center
One grade level visits monthly and does activities with the Seniors

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