Spanish Village

help us "Dump the dump" and end the cycle of poverty!

Guatemalan kids attend school with the help of FHS student support!

FHS Spanish students are now in their second year of providing support to impoverished Guatemalan children so that they are able to break the cycle of poverty by attending school. "Dump the dump" is an organization which assists families and children who make their living working in the municipal garbage dump in Antigua.

Spanish VIllage

Friday, May 10th 2013 at 8:30am-2:15pm

700 N Grand Ave

Fowlerville, MI

How can parents and community members help?

Show your support!

We would like to borrow: tailgating tents, large drink coolers (please label with your name!)


Suggested donations:

Walmart/Costco gift cards to purchase supplies

Decorations – balloons, streamers, tissue paper, piñatas, colorful tablecloths, etc.

Paper products – plates, cups, napkins, paper towels

Food items – Krusteaz pancake mix (big bags at Costco), white sugar, cinnamon, cooking oil, cooking spray, flour tortillas, tortilla chips, salsa (preferably in plastic), shredded cheeses, cans of lemonade or other drink mix, and baked goods such as cookies!

We could also use some adult volunteers to help with clean up, supervise cooking, etc.

Let us know if you can help!

Contact Mrs. Placido or Mrs. Zemper (zemper@fvl.k12.mi.us) for information! Spanish Village will take place in the lobby near the main entrance of the school and the indoor track.

Students may purchase an "all you care to eat" wrist band for $5.00. All proceeds benefit Dump the Dump.

Life in a Landfill