QOM – November 2018 Posted November 6, 2018 by Carleen


Thank you for responding to the November SAVE Promise Club Question of the Month! Please answer the question below:  How does your community care for one another?


  • Angel January 20, 2019 at 1:04 pm

    My community just held a couple self-care days where we had mindfulness painting and a community circle where we shared some roses and thorns in our lives and discussed them. It was great to be able to check in on our school community and make sure they’re checking in with themselves.


  • Kristina Din Alzugaray December 15, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    At Cutler Bay Senior High, we are always there for one another. Our student population is extremely small, an average of about 500 students. However, this is a place where everybody knows everybody. A place where the students know and love their teachers. Personally speaking, I know all of the teachers in my school and I trust each and everyone of them enough to talk to them about any personal problems. Our school also hosts a variety of engaging activities for both the students and the parents, such as movie nights, potlucks, and shows (performed by our Performing Arts Club: SharkPAC). This engages all of the academies (total of 3) into one big family where everyone always helps one another as much as they can to ensure that they are cared for.


  • Vyrlle D December 2, 2018 at 11:27 am

    How does your community care for one another?

    In Miami we see a need for aid within the community and gather enough support to help, which ranges from 5-500 people. When students are in need of school clothes and supplies faculty members use their connections bring others attention to the situation and fulfill their civic duty. When my school receives more than enough food to be distributed to students in need, the rest is donated to a church that works diligently to insure the food reaches the rest of our community. When my peers realize someone is having trouble keeping up with class lessons, we reach out to them and further explain the work while offering help on the assignment. Regardless of how big or small, my community goes out of its way to make sure that everyone that asks for help receives it.


  • Claire Heinly November 29, 2018 at 10:29 pm

    At Chapel Hill High School, the student body is generally attentive to the emotions of others and students attempt to make others happy. Our club plays a large role in this general feeling. We spread words of kindness as often as possible and organize activities to raise the spirits of our student body. Within the club, our club members are always friendly to one another and work to make eachothers’ wishes come to life. We boost eachother up and make sure everyone has an equal opportunity to excel.


  • Braelyn Willis November 29, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    At Steele Canyon, our SPC cares for one another by constantly showering love down on one another and checking up on their “family” members as we call other peers in the club. We show support to our whole community by supporting other clubs when they have events or spirit weeks just as they show support to us. We remind others that they are loved and hope to only spread more love for one another especially through this season.


  • Izzy W November 19, 2018 at 3:26 pm

    My club cares for each other by always checking in on each other and keeping up with communication. I try to make sure every club member knows I am greatful for them and all they’ve done to help our club.

    Throughout the recovery from Hurricane Florence, my community has come together to support each other. There have been so many homes and hearts opened for those in need. We had power crews, tree crews and many volunteers come from out of state to help our community. Our unofficial motto of the year has become “Swansboro Strong!” And that we are.


  • Trinity C November 16, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    I’ve seen growth of service in my community. My school does really fun food drives, donations, etc. We also did a raffle to support a woman in need! We have clubs in school that help bring us together and serve each other. I’ve also noticed people willing to go out of their ways for others. Like babysitting for free, being someone’s shoulder to cry on, and helping each other in need. At my church, people are constantly serving and we all begin to connect and love each other. So many people are willing to be there for others and truly care.


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