Woodbridge Youth Services – March 2022 • Town of Woodbridge News

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Job Bank

Spring comes with the need to clean up the yard and prepare the garden. Residents can call to hire teenagers to do odd jobs. Teens who want paid work should contact Youth Services to schedule an interview. The Job Bank is a referral service for residents who offer odd jobs to teenage residents aged 13 to 18.

Candidates sought for the first prize of the youth of the coach

If you know of a Woodbridge youth (up to age 18) who has given their time to improve the Town of Woodbridge or its residents, consider nominating that deserving resident. Principals, teachers, classmates, neighbors, group leaders and religious leaders, etc. are encouraged to make nominations. Parents or family members cannot name a relative. Applications must be sent to Youth Services by April 4and. The winner will receive a prize and gift on a date to be determined later this spring. The nomination form is available on the City’s website.

Pi day celebration

Woodbridge Youth Services will host an after-school program to celebrate Pi Day on March 14and 2:30-4:30 p.m. at Amity Middle School Bethany. Students will be able to make their own individual pizzas! The registration cost is $10.00. Authorization form and payment are due in advance. See the City’s website.

We care about kits

The Amity Middle School Student Council coordinated donations of personal items and gift cards and collected the items into We Care bags for the homeless with the assistance of youth services staff. Youth Services delivered more than 150 bags to New Reach in New Haven along with masks, personal items and 20 other bags donated by high school students and residents. Many thanks to those who gave or took the time to care for those in need.

Valentine’s Day for seniors

Youth Services received over 200 valentines made by students, parents and grandparents for our local elders. Those who attended the recent drive-thru lunch were very grateful for the creative cards and thoughtful messages. Additional cards were delivered to a local seniors’ residence. These gestures of kindness brought smiles to many faces and were much appreciated.

painting party

A paint party is scheduled at the Amity Middle School-Bethany cafeteria from 2:30-4:00 p.m. on April 29 with patient and knowledgeable instructor Samantha Woodruff. Students will paint a springtime scene and enjoy a snack while they create. The cost is $25. Authorization form and advance payment required.

Class alone at home

The Home Alone course is offered to Woodbridge students ages 9-12 on Tuesday, April 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Woodbridge Library meeting room. Learn what to do in an emergency and when to answer the phone or the door. Advice is offered on house rules, nutritious snacks and internet safety. The cost is $15. Authorization form and advance payment required. Call or see website for more information.

Youth evening programs:

6and quality party

Sixth-grade students from Woodbridge and Bethany Schools and other sixth-grade residents are invited to a party at Amity Middle School-Bethany on April 1st from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. which will feature an inflatable obstacle course, music, pizza and a raffle. The cost is $7 at the door. Call to register.

8and quality party

Youth Services partners with Orange Youth Services to host a party at Amity High School for 8and residents of Woodbridge and Bethany and the 8and students attending Amity Middle Schools on April 22n/a from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. A DJ, pizza and giant games are planned. The cost is $7 to be paid at the door.

Pictured: The Home Alone class offers advice to teenagers.

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