Parker Brochure 2009 2010 by Caesura

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									                       PARKER COMMUNITY SCHOOL
                                ZONE l

                    FALL / WINTER 2009 - 2010


                       Cathy McCord-Baugh
                              Coordinator
Linda M. Bell                                  Electa M. Simpkins
Secretary/Bookkeeper                           Secretary
                           Gloria B. Clark
                     C.A.R.E.S. / Community Liaison




                             Schools & Principals

Parker High School              Dr. Spurgeon Banyard   231-2370
Jackson Olin High               Anthony Gardner        231-6431
Tuggle Elementary               Johnnie Finkley        231-2675
Glenn Middle                    Dr. Cleo Larry         231-6370
Hill Elementary                 Evelyn Ragland         231-2190
Minor Elementary                Dave Porter            231-6555
Wilkerson Elementary            Constance Burns        231-2740
Wilson Elementary               Donnetta Brown         231-2800
Councill Elementary             Steve Brown            231-6190
Wylam Elementary                Judith Ross            231-6800
Brown Elementary                Robbie Sullivan        231-1190
South Hampton Elementary        Cedric Tatum           231-6680
Daniel Payne Middle             Eddie Cauthen          231-3190
Bush Middle                     Vanessa Byrd           231-6000
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                   Neighborhood                                             ADVISORY
                    Association                                              COUNCIL

                     Meetings


Bush Hills - 4th Tuesday/6:00 p.m. Woodrow Wilson School           Cornelia Cobb - President
Fountain Heights - 2nd Saturday/10:00 a.m. Recreation Center       Willie M. Pruitt - Vice President
East Thomas - 3rd Sunday/5:30 p.m. Wilkerson Middle School         Gloria Clark - Secretary
Fairview - 1st Tuesday/7:00 p.m. Fairview Baptist Church           Alisha Clark
Graymont - 3rd Wednesday/6:00p.m. J.C.C.E.O. Center                Frenetta Green
Ensley Highlands - 2nd Monday/7:00 p.m. 5 Points West Library      Yolanda Hardy
Ensley - 3rd Wednesday/6:00 p.m. Ensley Recreation Center          Dorothy Houston
Tuxedo - 2nd Monday/5:00p.m. Holy Family Parrish Hall              DorSann Jackson
Central Pratt - 1st Monday/6:00 p.m.Howze and Sandford Center      Tommie Mitchell
North Pratt - 2nd Tuesday/6:30 p.m. North Pratt Civic League       Torey Brooks
Sandusky - 2nd Tuesday/6:00 p.m. Jimmy Hudson Rec. Center          Marie Bracy - MEMORABLE
Wylam - 1st Tuesday/6:00 p.m. Wylam Library
Thomas - 1st Tuesday/6:30 p.m. Mt. Hebron Baptist Church           Parker Community School
Smithfield - 2nd Sunday/4:00 p.m. Smithfield Nutrition Center      Advisory Council meets every first
College Hill - 1st Monday/7:00 p.m. McCoy Center                   Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

Enon Ridge - 4th Thursday/6:00 p.m. New Salem Baptist Church
Smithfield Estates - 3rd Thursday/6:00 p.m. Daniel Payne School
South Pratt - 3rd Tuesday/6:00 p.m. Peace Baptist , Pratt City
Dolomite - 4th Tuesday/6:00 p.m. St. John Life Center
Belview - 2nd Tuesday/6:30 p.m. Brown Elementary School
Oak Ridge - 2nd Thursday/6:00 p.m. First Baptist, West Ensley
Sherman Heights - 1st Monday/5:00 p.m. Village Creek Water Plant
                               Volume 1, Issue 1                                                       Page 3




          FALL/WINTER CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES


CLASS                              TIME                    LOCATION                   INSTRUCTOR
C.A.R.E.S. Youth Council       Tuesday 3:45 p.m.         Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll        Gloria Clark

After School Care          Monday - Friday 3 - 6 p.m.    Brown, Councill, Tuggle,         Site Directors
                                                         South Hampton, Wilson,
                                                              Hill and Minor

Basic Sewing                  Thursdays, 4 - 5 p.m.      Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll            Staff

Graphic Arts                  Date and Time TBA          Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll      Andrew Postell

Chess Club                  Wednesday, 4 - 5:30 p.m.     Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll      Andrew Postell

Quilting                              TBA                  A. M. Brown Center           Julia Emma Smith

Floral Arrangement                    TBA                  A. M. Brown Center           Julia Emma Smith

Crochet/Knitting                      TBA                  A. M. Brown Center           Julia Emma Smith

Internet Safety             Tuesday, September 8th       Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll   C. Huffman & J. Rucker

Boy Scouts                    Thursdays 3:00 p.m.        Tuggle After School Care          M. Douglas

Boy Scouts                     Mondays, 3:05 p.m.         Hill After School Care           Paul Neville

Boy Scouts                            TBA                Wilson After School Care         Montgomery

The Importance of the      Thursday, Sept. 3, 3:00 p.m. Councill After School Care        Yolanda Hardy
Library
Self-Discipline & The      Thursday, Oct. 1, 3:30 p.m.     South Hampton After              J. Rucker
Internet                                                       School Care

The Importance of the          Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.        Tuggle After School Care         Yolanda Hardy
Library
Strangers & The Internet     Wednesdays, 4:00 p.m.       Brown After School Care            J. Rucker
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                      CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES CONTINUED


CLASS                              TIME                LOCATION                   INSTRUCTOR

Water Safety                         TBA                Brown, Councill &              T. Wren
                                                              Minor
Interviewing Skills            Tuesday, 4:00 p.m.    Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll   J. Adams, Blue Cross


Urban Nutrition                      TBA             Brown, Councill, Minor,       C. Raudenhouser,
                                                     South Hampton, Tuggle         Jefferson County
                                                             & Hill                Extension Service
Basic Drawing                        TBA               A. M. Brown Center          Julia Emma Smith


Kids Helpline                September - December    Brown, Councill, Hill,           P. Cusick
                                                     Minor, South Hampton
                                                                                     Crisis Center
                                                            & Tuggle
Personal Finances             Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m.    Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll        J. Martin



Reading Is Fundamental        Thursdays, 4:00 p.m.   Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll        Y. Hardy



Strangers And The Internet   Wednesdays, 3:30 p.m.    Hill After School Care          C. Huffman



Wild Card                      Tuesday, 4:00 p.m.    Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll        Y. Hardy



Business Etiquette             Tuesday, 4:00 p.m.    Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll        J. Adams



Preparing For A Disaster     Wednesday, 3:30 p.m.    Councill, Brown, Hill &          Red Cross
                             October - November      Minor After School Care


Safe Dating                   Tuesdays, 4: 00 p.m.   Parker H. S. Voc. Bldg. ll         E. Heck
                              October 13th - 27th
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                       CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES CONTINUED


   CLASS                              TIME                   LOCATION                INSTRUCTOR

   Kids On The Block          Thursdays, 3:30 p.m.        Brown, Councill, Hill,              U. A. B.
                              Nov. 5th - Dec. 9th        Minor & South Hampton

   AIDS & STD                     Tuesday, 3:45 p.m.         Parker High School             R. Williams
                              December 1st - 15th               Voc. Bldg. ll
   The Importance of              Fridays, 3:30 p.m.     Minor & South Hampton       Birmingham Water Works
   Drinking Water            December 4th - 18th



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     Page 6                                  PARKER COMMUNITY SCHOOL


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                              Volume 1, Issue 1                                            Page 7




                          Up Coming Events and Activities




                                                                           District 8
                                           Advisory Council
                                                                      Block Watch Party
   C.A.R.E.S. Youth Council                Each First Tuesday
                                                                       October 3, 2009
2009 - 2010 Officers Installation              5:30 p.m.
  September 15th 3:45 p.m.




                                    C.A.R.E.S. Community Service
                                       College Hills Clean-up &
                                             Fall Festival
                                                                   C.A.R.E.S. Community Service
                                          October 17, 2009
                                                                       Thanksgiving Project
           Election                                                         Food Drive
  Tuesday, October 6, 2009                                            November 2nd - 23rd




                                    C.A.R.E.S. Youth Council &
                                        Smithfield Library             After School Care
C.A.R.E.S. Community Service           “Souls Of My Sister”          Lights On After School
       Harvest Festival               By Dawn Marie Daniels            October 22, 2009
      October 29, 2009                 September 10, 2009             All After School Sites
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             Up-Coming Events and Activities Continued




      C.A.R.E.S. Workshop            C.A.R.E.S. Youth Council
                                                                   American Education Week
      “College Awareness”           Recognition of Veteran’s @
                                                                    November 16 - 21, 2009
      November 10, 2009                 Parker High School
             3:45 p.m.                 November 10, 2009




    C.A.R.E.S. Workshop                                           C.A.R.E.S. Community Service
 “What’s Happening In Your                                        Adopt A Child For Christmas
                                C.A.R.E.S. Teacher Appreciation
Neighborhood? Get Involved”                                           December 1st - 16th
                                       and Recognition
    November 17, 2009
                                      November 18, 2009




 C.A.R.E.S. Community Service
Estees Oak Knoll Nursing Home                                     C.A.R.E.S. Community Service
                                  C.A.R.E.S. Workshop/Seminar
  Christmas Carols, Cards, &                                         Smithfield Senior Citizens
                                           “Bullying”
     Gifts for all Residents                                              Valentine’s Day
                                      January 12 - 19, 2010
        December 15th                                                   February 12, 2010
                            Volume 1, Issue 1                                                 Page 9




                                          COMMUNITY
                                            NEWS



   URBAN MINISTRIES                                STRESSED OUT - GET A MASSAGE

     -Kitchen Feeding Program-




                                                Did you know that recent studies show that a Therapeutic
                                                Massage has proven to reduce stress. Relieve some stress
Free Hot Meals served Monday - Friday           today call Hired Hands Therapeutic Massage at 837-0218.
12 noon to 1:00 p.m.                                            1527 - 5th Avenue North
                                                               Birmingham, Alabama 35203
      -Joe Rush Paint Program-


Paint for homeowners 62 and older that
Have not had their home painted in five
                                                             McCOY CENTER
(5) years. Call 781-0517 for application.
                                                     Adult Day Care Monday - Friday
                                                     7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. $25.00 a day
        HEALTHY START                                730 - 8th Avenue North
                                                     For information call 251-2178
Child Birth and Parenting classes every
Tuesday 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.


Women’s Support Group meets                               MARY KAY COSMETICS
Alternating Thursdays at 1:00 p.m.
                                                Recapture that youthful glow. Come see and use the
                                                latest products in skin care. Register to attend a
Healthy Start is located at 3113 - 27th
                                                FREE Skin Care Class.
Street North. All classes are Free to the
Public.
Call: 324-4133 for more information.            For information call : Penny Brown at (205) 305-9334
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                          Jefferson County Department of Health
                                   Health Center Services

The Department of Health provides health care of Jefferson County’s underinsured and uninsured residents. These centers
are open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The following physician-directed health services are available at most of the Depart-
ment’s health centers. Please call a center to inquire.



                                                                                           Maternity Care
       Child Health                                 Immunization




                                                                                     Complete prenatal care pro-
                                         Childhood immunizations are pro-            vided at all centers by the UAB
    Complete primary health-             vided at all health centers. Certifi-       Department of Obstetrics and
    care, including routine              cate of immunization (blue forms)           Gynecology.
    exams and sick visits, is            are provided and required for chil-
    provided at all health cen-          dren enrolling in childcare centers
    ters for children from                                                                    Dental Health
                                         and private and public schools.
    birth to 18 years of age.

    Federal and State health
    insurance programs are
    available for children who                          Interpreters
    meet income guidelines.                                                            Total dental care for children
                                                                                       who meet eligibility require-
                                                                                       ments is provided at Besse-
                                                                                       mer, Central, Eastern, and
           Family Planning                                                             Western Health Centers and
                                                                                       mobile dental clinics traveling
                                                                                       within the school system.



                                             Interpreters are available for                         Adult Health
  Birth Control services including           non-English speaking patients at
  information on contraception               Central and Eastern with lan-
                                             guage line phone service avail-                 Primary health care is
  counseling, methods, pregnancy                                                             provided at all health
  testing, exams, and supplies are           able elsewhere.
                                                                                             centers Except Eastern.
  available at all centers.
                             Volume 1, Issue 1                                                          Page 11




      Nutrition                         Pharmacy                                     Case Management




The Women, Infants,
and Children program            Health center patients can               Case Managers are available to assist
(WIC) offers eligible           have prescriptions written               patients in obtaining needed medical,
pregnant and breast-            by a health center pro-                  social, educational, and other services.
feeding women, infants          vider filled at Bessemer,
and children up to five         Central, Northern and
                                Western health center                    Workers with the Alabama Medicaid
years of age, free
                                                                         Agency are located at each health center
healthful foods and             pharmacies.
                                                                         to assist patients in obtaining SOBRA
nutrition information.
                                                                         Medicaid benefits.




                                Health Center Locations
                          (After regular clinic hours, call 933-9359 to talk to a nurse.)


Bessemer Health Center                                  Eastern Health Center
2201 Arlington Avenue                                   5720 - 1st Avenue South
Bessemer, AL 35020                                      Birmingham, AL 35212
497-9300                                                591-5180


Central Health Center                                   Northern Health Center
1400 - 6th Avenue South                                 2817 North 30th Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35233                                    Birmingham, AL 35207
933-9110                                                323-4 548
         Parker Community School
                  Zone l


   CLASS CANCELLATION
    AND REFUND POLICY

All classes must have a minimum num-            REGISTRATION
ber pre-registered or class will be can-
celled. Fees may be paid when you
pre-register or when first class meets.
No refunds after the second week
                                           1. Phone the Community School
class meets.                                  Office at 231-2371 between
                                              9:00 a.m. - 4: :00 p.m. and en-
      SEVERE WEATHER                          roll by telephone
              NOTICE
                                           2. Come by the Community
In case of severe weather such as tor-        School Office and enroll in
nados, hurricanes, severe thunder-            person
storms, snow and ice, classes will be
cancelled for that evening. If such a
warning is in effect one hour before
class time, please call your Community
School Office before class.




              Parker Community School                                           Place
               900 Fourth Street North                                          Stamp
            Birmingham, Alabama 35204                                           Here

								
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