C.A.R.E. Committee Winter Update

March 2022

C.A.R.E. Committee Mission Statement


Corinth Aims to Reach Everyone

The CARE Committee strives to meet the evolving needs of our Corinth students and families by developing programs and services that aid in addressing challenges faced by our student body while working to continue to build collaborative relationships between our schools, our students, our families and our community.

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Because We C.A.R.E. Application (NEW!!)

The CARE Committee strives to meet the evolving needs of our Corinth students and families. The "Because We CARE" application has been developed to meet specific requests of students and families on an individual basis.


If you are a student or your child has an unmet need impacting his/her sense of connection at school, please fill out the form below and the committee will review your request, determine if we can meet your need or suggest further community resources that may be helpful.


Example of possible requests could include items like: new shoes, clothing needs, backpack or school supplies, household items, sports gear and/ or service needs - like a haircut.

Parents making requests for their children must have physical custody of the child that the request will benefit.


HERE IS THE LINK TO THE "BECAUSE WE C.A.R.E." Application:

https://forms.gle/UY8ZuvygcQmRHVyv8

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C.A.R.E. FOOD PANTRY for STUDENTS and their families


Our committee is committed to helping families provide nutritional foods to keep our students healthy!


High School students can access a “Ready -to- Go” Food Pantry pick up package that includes snacks, meal items and drinks. You may request a pantry package up to once a week.

You will be notified when your pick up is ready through the counseling office.

Students in grades 9-12 are invited to complete this Google Form request to obtain items from our CHS Food Pantry:

https://forms.gle/p8WyrBRJpoeTchq6A



We currently provide 48 families of students in grades UPK- 8 with a weekly bag of food to take home.


We are thankful to our community partners and volunteers who collaborate with us as we strive to promote a healthy community!

Students: Do you need toiletries or personal hygiene products?

After a successful Hygiene Product Drive, our C.A.R.E. Closets are now stocked with shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, deodorant and more!


Please complete the below request form and a "goodie bag" of requested items will be gathered for you! All requests are confidential - names/ requests will be shared with the Counselors only. You will be called down to the Counseling Office for pick up.

https://forms.gle/HvGgj71ngHgbzpu38


Students or families may request hygiene products. Elementary requests will be sent home with your child.


Thank you to all who contributed to our school-wide collection of these products. We are pleased to have ample stock to share with our students in need now.

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C.A.R.E. Clothing Closet

We have 2 Clothing Closets hosted by our C.A.R.E. Committee.

Students in grades 5-12 can reach out to their counselor (or teacher) to schedule a visit to the Oak Street CARE Closet if they have an emergency clothing, socks, etc. need.


Families of UPK-4 students can reach out to their students' teacher to get access to the Center Street CARE Closet for emergency needs.


Thank you to all who have donated items to our closets. We are not currently accepting donations at this time due to space limitations. But, stay tuned for more to come this spring!

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A BIG THANK YOU!

The C.A.R.E. Committee has been the recipient of several generous donations recently! We thank all who give to our efforts to help with the unmet needs of our students and families. Your generosity is appreciated so much! We have such a supportive community!!

C.A.R.E. Committee is a Community Organization

Our group collaborates with our community to provide for unmet needs to promote health and safety for our students in and out of school.


President- Kerry Giumarra

Vice President - Eryn DuMoulin

Secretary - Pat Siano

Treasurer - Nicole Griffiths