Don't forget that you can earn extra credit by participating in the community service activities that have been discussed in class and posted. We have three community projects listed below and items that can be purchased:
Toys for Tots (remember try to avoid small moving pieces)- games, stuff animals, dolls, helmets, bikes, books for all ages, etc
Warm a Senior (Senior Citizens)- throw covers, socks, etc
Project Homeless Hygiene- toiletries such as deodorant, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, mouthwash, dental floss, lip balm, lotion, comb, brush, etc
These items will be collect until Dec. 15th. Remember the cause is worthy and it will help you earn 10pts for the items received.
As discussed in class from August to November 18th, uniforms (solid purple top, solid purple pants, closed toe/heel shoes-preferably white, no holes in shoes) were to be required after Thanksgiving break and worn on every Wednesday, starting Dec. 1. I also stated this was a part of the grade and the standard of employability-professionalism which is counted 10% of the grade. So please remember, to wear your scrubs every Wednesday, I have not been counting off for the shoes, please refer to your syllabus. Please be sure to get your scrubs if you have not, solid purple if you want the jacket it should be white, the patches can be purchased at International Uniform but you are not required to purchase the scrubs there. As of January 4th, all students will be graded according to the hair being off the shoulders, shoes, uniform, etc. Remember, this is only required to be done on Wednesday and you all look very professional and ready for the workforce. Please bare all these announcements in mind.
Remember PCF students you need to have your ID turned in, physicals, your TST or PPD that can be done at the doctor's office or health department, and a criminal background turned in by January 4th. No exceptions because I have been reminding you all and have put it on the board. I also brought the Health Department up to the school to administer the TST/PPDs for you all. This things are required for State and the Program.