|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on October 1, 2013 at 4:15 AM||comments (0)|
Please accept our sincere apology for the disconnect in communication. Saving Generations had two calling lines (one with department extensions and general access and the other a crisis line). There was apparently a cross in the lines as the fowarding capabilities crossed one another out so there were a lot of missed calls. The problem is fixed and business is back to normal. Please use the 678-785-PATH (7284) number for all Saving Generations tele-communications. Thanks and again or appologies.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on March 17, 2013 at 8:40 AM||comments (0)|
SG: Olive Branch Program
Congratualations to Saving Generations on their pilot program "The Olive Branch". We successfully completed a partnership with Marietta Middle School under the direction of Couselor Ms. Sylivia Roll & Principal Timothy Jones, Ed D. (2011-2012). We have decided to go full steam ahead to forge partnerships with other local elementary, middle, and high schools. Please read more about our Olive Branch Program under the Home page.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on August 22, 2012 at 1:25 AM||comments (0)|
Very Important Announcement: Especially for Parents, Students, Friends & Family of the Recently Graduated Class of 2012
Many of our Class of 2012 graduates are settling in with their various endeavors. However, there is still a burden that our students are facing. As some of you may know our government states that once a child is 18 years of age we (the parents) are no longer legally responsible for them. Well, what happens when that child, now young adult, is off to college, military, etc? They still need basic things and are not equipped to handle it all alone. Scholarships & financial aid only stretch so far. I am blessed that my girls are not far away but some of us can't hop in the car and drive 20 minutes away to give our kids supplies. This is where I need your help. If you are in the metro Atlanta area, I would like to start collecting items (toiletries inclusive of: toilet paper, feminine pads, tooth paste, deodorant, first aid items, nonperishable snacks, cell phone refill cards, etc) for these students who are really trying to stay on the right path. The parents simply cannot do it alone. If you are out of the Metro Atlanta area and would like to help, you can do so by making a donation so that we can either purchase items or use funds for shipping items to the various students. Please inbox me for more info.(or if you or your child would like to be a recipient) or click the make a donation button to the right. Please spread the word!!!!!
*Any undergraduate student living on campus or in the military may qualify. Contact me for more details.
Danice Wilson, CEO
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on January 18, 2012 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
is currently accepting donations for
Prom Attire, Shoes, and Accessories
Prom and graduation season is fast approaching so Saving Generations is reaching out for your assistance. We are asking for all gently used prom gowns, formal suits, tuxedos, shawls, shoes, purses, and accessories (business suits for first job interviews as well) so that we can assist students who may not otherwise have an opportunity to participate in these wonderful milestones. *Many have their tickets (running an average of $100) but cannot financially afford to purchase the gorgeous attire they desire. We need items of all sizes. If you would like to donate items and you are out of the local area, please contact Saving Generations so that we can attempt to assist with shipping. See address below for drop-off /shipping. *If you are in the Cobb County (Metro Atlanta area) and interested in receiving a donation please contact our office by email with your name, telephone, name of school, and size. Someone will contact you with your appointment date and time. Please do not go to location without a confirmed appointment.
Danice H. Wilson-Bates,CMA, MAEd, Founder
Drop-off/shipment site information:
Uncle Bob’s Storage c/o Saving Generations-Danice Wilson 3150 Austell Road Marietta, GA 30008
* Drop-off must be taken into the building Mon-Sat 9:30 am-4:30 pm (out for lunch 1-2-pm) or Sun 1-3 pm. Otherwise, donations can be shipped to storage or hand delivered to any member of Saving Generations. UBS Agents are only instructed to collect items. Please contact Saving Generations for questions or for your donation invoice. To receive an invoice please submit with your garments: your name, mailing & email address, phone, brief description and estimated value of the donation.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on November 15, 2011 at 8:15 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on July 11, 2011 at 4:17 PM||comments (0)|
SCHOLARSHIP: FOR THOSE STUDENTS WHO ATTEND OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL (Cobb County High Schools)- MARIETTA DISTRICT SCHOOL STUDENTS-will need to contact me to let me know if you are having a similar activity at your school and if you need to participate in this scholarship as well.
Parents received a message from school a few days ago. "I wouldn't be Mama D if I didn't tell you". I'm very passionate about obtaining knowledge through literature, learning words randomly through the dictionary and playing word games. All of you have a responsibility this summer and I want to help make it successful. You guys have "suggestive" summer reading to do. I am sure that some of your teachers will require you to do some form of test or essay regarding the books of choice. I am ordering books now (assuming that the choices will be limited at the library). I will purchase 1 copy of the least expensive book of your choice (it will be purchased online and used) provided that you contact me and explain why you are unable to to get the book. *This is a sponsored event from me since you are a member of Saving Generations. If their is anyone interested in this sponsorship, they must register to be members of Saving Generations and follow the same instructions. THERE IS A VERY LIMITED SUPPLY OF BOOK SCHOLARSHIPS so this is a first come first serve.
Dear Osborne Parents and Students,
The English Department hopes you are enjoying a fun-filled summer. Of course, among all the summer activities, we encourage you to READ.
According to the Cobb County’s standard for Reading across the Curriculum, students are required to read a minimum of 25 grade-level appropriate books (approximately 1 million words per year). Therefore, summer reading is recommended to achieve this goal. We strongly suggest and encourage all students to read at least one book from the Summer Reading List based upon your grade level prior to returning to school on August 15. Students will complete activities that demonstrate their knowledge of the chosen novel (s) upon their return to school. Be prepared to discuss your analysis of your chosen novel(s) with your English teacher. The Osborne family strives to improve literacy, stimulates imagination, improves thinking skills, enhances vocabulary development and promotes lifelong readers.
The novel(s) of your choice may be found at the local library or you may purchase one for your own pleasure. Enjoy, Relax and Read!
Slam by Walter Dean Meyers
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie
First Part Last by Angela Johnson
Dead Connection by Charlie Price
Feed by M.T. Anderson
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
Honors American Literature
Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Outcasts United by Warren St. John
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
It by Stephen King
Beloved by Toni Morrison
Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult
Interview with the vampire by Ann Rice
As I Lay Dying by Faulkner
Your Blues Ain’t Like Mine by Bebe Moore Campbell
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night time by Mark Haddon
The Color of Water by James McBride
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith
Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters by Ben H. Winters
AP Literature and AP Language
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on May 21, 2011 at 12:13 PM||comments (0)|
This one almost snuck under the radar but thanks to VP Marjani Edwards, the cat's out the bag! Congratualations are in order for Mentor Tera Freeman. Tera Freeman has pased her test and is now an official CNA (certified nursing assisstant). We are so very proud of you Tera.
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on May 17, 2011 at 9:30 PM||comments (1)|
Congrats are in order to Chauday Wilson for making the Honor Roll all year long. This is Chauday's final year at Floyd Middle School and is certainly leaving on top of the charts! Her award was presented by Principal Teresa W. Hargrett. We wish Chauday all the best as she takes her Rite of Passage into the halls of Osborne High School. We give an extra kuddos to the Saving Generations family, her mentor Tanya Edwards and Chauday's family & friends for being a great support system. WAY TO GO!
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on May 6, 2011 at 8:46 AM||comments (0)|
Congrats are in order to the following people for excellent scholastic achievements. * List will be subject to change once final grades are in:
Kelcey Culpepper (Mentor) 3.0 or higher
Tera Freeman (Mentor) 3.0 or higher
Tiesha Young (Mentor) 3.0 or higher
Kira Warrens (Mentee) 3.0 or higher (actually its 4.0-much props)
Cierra Wilson (President) GHST
Marjani Edwards (Vice President) GHST
|Posted by Danice H. Wilson on April 28, 2011 at 12:14 PM||comments (0)|
Sending a special thanks to Nate Rich, DJ Cue, Andrea Kinch, Keishia Ford-Hurst, Chiazor Nwabude, Nancy Reeves-Murray of Anointed Photography, Elite Praise and Phi Beta Sigma. Below are your winners.
Mentor of the Year Kelcey Culpepper
Member of the Year Marjani Edwards
Raquan Campbell Memorial Award Jarred Graham
Lisa Edwards Memorial Award Cierra Wilson
Most Tickets Sold Daijah Torrae
1st Place Talent D'vonte Hampton
2nd Place Talent Elegant Egos
3rd Place Talent Carla Paige