Students in the Service Class at LACS (Lehman Alternative Community School) are hosting a dinner on Monday, November 10, at the school at 6:00 p.m. It will be a brainstorming session to hear about how LACS could be a resource to the West Hill community. Childcare will be provided and the students will facilitate the gathering.
We hope you are able to come to enjoy a meal, share your ideas, and meet others in the community.
If you have questions, please email Jon Raimon at email@example.com or call 274-2183.
The Service class does a variety of projects in Ithaca each year, from working with the Food Bank to helping mentor younger students. But with this meeting we are simply trying to facilitate a brainstorming session to hear what kinds of ways the students at the school and the school itself might be of use to the West Hill community. Whether the ideas will work out, we don’t know. But I know my Service Class students would like to be of use and I imagine other students in the school might like to get involved in the West Hill community, too. We have helped with some of the community cafe sessions (with Ms. Michelle Mills) before and assisted with the 4H after school program, but we thought we ought to hear about other ways the school / students might be of use, too.