SUPPORTING BASIC EDUCATION FOR THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS MADE POSSIBLE BY DISTRICT 6900 GRANT.
Jacobs Ladder offers tailored services to children of all ages with Autism, ADHD, Brain Injury, CP, Down Syndrome, Learning Differences, or any developmental syndrome. Their interpersonal Whole Brain Model of Care is individually customized and daily implemented in loving environments to ensure every child and young adult reaches their full potential, no matter the neurological or behavioral challenges faced.
The District Grant awarded to Roswell Rotary and the Rotary Club of Milton funded a much-needed commercial oven for the taste of love kitchen. Taste of Love allows students to learn real-life kitchen and food skills. This year's curriculum centered around safety of food, knives, and appliances (stovetop and oven), using hand tools, reading recipes, identifying, and measuring ingredients and instructions on how to clean the kitchen. This is a great way to integrate other areas of focus into the school day, including peer interaction, reading and math goals and generalization of language skills.
The oven was sourced via Roswell Rotarian Harvey Smith. Roswell Rotarian Debbie Cwalina made the Rotary International aprons. In December, the students baked cookies for both Roswell Rotary and the Rotary Club of Milton for the weekly lunch meeting as a gesture of thanks.
The project was also posted on social media.