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Sister School

Summer Drive: Aug 10 - Aug 25

Sister School News & Summer Drive

Angie Corritone, Sister School Coordinator

Parents! As you are out shopping this month, we hope you will consider picking up a few extra items to donate to our Sister School, Cambridge Elementary, in Concord. Take advantage of end-of-summer sales for camping gear and Back-To-School supplies. We are asking for donations of NEW sleeping bags in child and adult sizes. These are needed for "new arrival" families at Cambridge who could use sleeping bags to support their living accommodations. 


We are also collecting new or gently used school supplies for elementary school kids. Some ideas are: construction paper, markers, pencils, glue sticks, and even teacher tools like small reward stickers and dry erase pens. There will be collection bins in the CWMS office from August 10th - August 25th. 


Thank you for your support!




The Sister School philanthropic program benefits the students of the SRVUSD by fostering civic responsibility, enhancing community engagement, promoting volunteerism, and teaching the joy of helping others in need. This goal is accomplished by partnering each school in the SRVUSD with a Sister School in a neighboring disadvantaged area of the East Bay. Through collaborative determination of need, schools in the SRVUSD conduct drives and/or fundraisers for items that benefit the children of their Sister Schools. Sister School Representatives will attend three Council-led meetings per year in addition to coordinating the program efforts at their school. To learn more, please visit:

Charlotte Wood Middle School's Sister School is Cambridge Elementary School in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District in Concord. Learn more about Cambridge on their website here. Support and follow them on Twitter here.

Program Coordinator

2017-18 Sister School Chair

Angie Corritone


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