Senator Schiavoni Recognizes Students For Completing Summer Program
The Children Defense Fund Freedom School is a national summer and after school program to connect children and their families to enrichment opportunities in their community
 
 
Senator Schiavoni speaks during the ceremony.

Senator Schiavoni was thrilled to attend the Finale Celebration of Tabernacle Baptist Church's Children's Defense Fund Freedom School to recognize the children who completed the summer program with Senatorial citations. 

At the celebration, Senator Schiavoni helped to honor the scholars, interns, staff, donors, and volunteers who made the program possible. The Senator also got an in depth look at what the scholars have been learning throughout the summer at Tabernacle CDF Freedom School. 

The Children Defense Fund Freedom School is a national summer and after school program to connect children and their families to enrichment opportunities in their community. The program focuses on "five essential components" including: high quality academic enrichment; parent and family involvement; civic engagement and social action; intergenerational leadership development; and nutrition, health and mental health.

 
 
 
  
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