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  Cape May Kiwanis Bring Up Grades (BUG) Program

Kiwanis of Cape May Bring Up Grades (BUG) Program

Kiwanis of Cape May Bring Up Grades (BUG) Program

Kiwanis of Cape May Bring Up Grades (BUG) Program
 
BUG Program

On Going: Various Locations

The Bring Up Grades "BUG" Program recognizes and encourages students who raise their grades and encourages students. It became a local program under the original chairperson and the leadership of Ed Rochford.

Recognition includes being placed on the school's BUG Honor Roll and presentation of certificates, buttons and other giveaways at a school wide assembly after each full marking period.

The program is held at the Cape May Elementary School; the West Cape May Elementary School; Charles W. Sandman Consolidated School; and, Maud Abrams Elementary School.

  

February 15, 2018: Bring Up Grades "BUG" Program
Maud Abrams School, Lower Township Elementary

The Kiwanis Club of Cape May under the direction of club member Kathleen Finley presented BUG awards to students who bring up their grades at a school assembly on February 15. 2018.

The BUG program recognizes and encourages students who raise their grades. Recognition includes being placed on the school's BUG Honor Roll and presentation of certificates, buttons and other giveaways at a school wide assembly after each full marking period. The club started the program over fifteen years ago.

This program was held at the Maud Abrams Elementary school.  Over 190 students received the BUG award.  Additional schools in this year’s program are: Cape May Elementary School; the West Cape May Elementary School; and Charles W. Sandman Consolidated School. 

Cape May Kiwanis is a licensed charitable organization. The Kiwanis organization’s focus is simple, yet significant; that is to create opportunities for children to strengthen character, improve grades and develop as future leaders through service and Kiwanis sponsored school and college programs; BUG; Conversation Comrades; K-Kids; Builders Club; Key Club; and Circle K. Kiwanis provides local scholarships for six to ten eligible graduating seniors each year.

Local fundraising is successful through the car raffle, pancake breakfast and chicken BBQ.

The club members provide community support for the Christmas parade; Easter egg hunt; flag lowering; 911 Ceremony; Cape May City events; and many more community activities.

For more information, contact the club.