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approximately $260 for jersey knit polo shirts (3 for each student) to be able to meet the "uniform standards" expected of the employees where our students participate in job training.

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Uniform shirts

School:
Extended Transition & Hospital Homebound 
Subject:
Special Needs Students 
Teacher:
Karen Cope 
Students Impacted:
Grade:
12 
Date:
May 14, 2014

Investor

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The Pinellas Education Foundation - $260.00

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Goal

approximately $260 for jersey knit polo shirts (3 for each student) to be able to meet the "uniform standards" expected of the employees where our students participate in job training. 

 

What will be done with my students

Provide shirts for students in the Pinellas County Schools Extended Transition program at Innisbrook Resort. 

 

Benefits to my students

Student's would feel pride in having a clean uniform that identifies them as part of a team. 

 

Describe the Students

Our program includes 18 - 22 year old students with disabilities, focusing on training to increase employability skills. 

 

Budget Narrative

All departments at Innisbrook wear a common color shirt that identifies them as a part of that department/team. Our student's families often have trouble financially providing for more than a couple shirts and one pair of pants, as a result, the clothes are often not washed on a regular basis. Each student having 3 shirts would allow them more opportunities to meet the "uniform standards" outlined in the Innisbrook Service Professional Handbook, allowing them to look more professional. 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 21 various size jersey knit polos $260.00
  Total: $260.00

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