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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dillard U. Psychology 301 Students Culminating Activity at Joseph A. Craig Elementray School in Historic Treme`

Twelve DU Days of Christmas at Craig: Featuring Psychology 301 Students
Social Sciences Department Student Engagement at its Best!
Joseph A. Craig Elementary School in Historic Treme


College of Arts and Sciences ~ Dr. Abdalla Darwish, Dean

Dr. Lana N. Chambliss, Chairperson - Dr. Keith M. Wismar, Coordinator, Psychology

Dr. Steve A. Buddington, Professor of Sociology/Social Work, Consultant


Dillard University’s Child Psychology class  has  mentored special needs children at  Craig since September 2012.  The Social Work Staff and IEP Coordinator  have provided insights on how to develop IEPs  for special education  students and  information regarding  a career as an  Educational Counselor and School Social Worker.  The good works of our students  have now  come to a close for the semester.  The culminating activity will feature community mentor gifts, personalized cards and gifts.  The students will spread  a message of  peace, love and hope to their mentees, Friends of King School District,  Joseph A. Craig faculty and staff, and the Parent Liaison ~Second Cup.  They will join in on December 20, 2012 for the official school holiday celebration celebrating the historic founding of Treme` from 11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m..


When: Culminating Activity on Thursday ~ December 13, 2012; 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Twelve DU Days of Christmas, Mentor/Mentee Farewell, IEP Workshop for Students


Mrs. Ora Riley, Principal

Dr. Doris Hicks, CEO, Friends of King School District


Dr. Eartha Lee Johnson, Associate Professor of Psychology – Psychology 301 – Fall 2012

Location: 1423 St. Phillip Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116 – (504) 373-6298


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