September 28, 2016 – Regency Park Elementary

RegencyParkAcofSci1On April 30, Courtney Wallace and other Regency Park Elementary 3rd grade teachers helped 140 students on the bus that would take them to San Francisco and the Academy of Sciences.

Ms. Wallace wrote “This project affected students because they were able to get a hands-on experience of what we are learning in class. They were able to touch, read, and explore lots of science things and learn more about them.”
DREAM donors couldn’t have spent $2,300 in a better way!

An Offer You Should Not Refuse – September 14, 2016

Do you go home after work or classes on Mondays wishing you didn’t have to figure out dinner?  Do you like fish tacos? Chicken enchiladas? Do your students or children like bean and cheese burritos or chicken tacos? Like to eat in or pick up something and take it home with you?  Well–you will SMILE when you participate because you will be not only getting a great dinner with no dishes to wash but you will be helping support Project DREAM. If you can’t make it next Monday or you just happen to like to eat out with friends or family, DREAM will be repeating this offer once a month at a different restaurant and area of town.

Print the attached flyer and present it at the 2820 Marconi Avenue location (Marconi and Fulton) between 2:00pm and 8:00pm next Monday, September 19. When you dine in, take food to go, or pick up a catering order (with 24 hr. notice for catering), Rubio’s will donate 20% of the proceeds to Twin Rivers students and teachers to make their DREAMs come true.
Hope we can count on you. Tell your co-workers, students, fellow teachers, families, friends and neighbors.  Remember, you must use the flyer below.

September 7, 2016 – Foothill Oaks Elementary


54 3rd graders from Foothills Oaks Elementary School visited Maidu Museum and Historic Site in June.  Marilee Marsh, one of the teachers, wrote us:

“The students enjoyed the Maidu Museum and Historic Site. They were engaged listening to the native story about the badger and the coyote. They enjoyed making their beaded bracelets. They learned a song and used clapper sticks to keep the beat. The Historic Site outside helped the students to visualize how the Natives lived.
We would not have been able to do this trip without the help of Project DREAM. You helped us be able to experience the Museum and  Site. Thank You!”