Our Greensboro mothers work hard to make sure our programming year is filled with exciting and engaging activities. Along with these activities, the children are completing important modules that will strengthen their minds and prepare them for real life situations. The activities we have each month makes our children's lives more enriching. Our mothers work hard to make sure our children understand and value programming that is filled with fun and creative activities while teaching our children “The Power to Make a Difference” in our chapter, communities and our world.
The Fathers Greensboro Chapter have an essential role as they assist the Mothers in upholding the mission of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. They are strongly encouraged to support the Mothers in their endeavors to educate and teach the young children and teenagers about African American culture, civic engagements, philanthropy, leadership development and the importance of obtaining an education. The fathers also serve as role models for the children through their continuous involvement from the early developmental years to young adults.
The Rugrats group consists of children from age 2 to Pre-Kindergarten. Our 2019-2020 Programming Year includes activities that support Jack and Jill of America’s Focus Areas: Educational, Cultural, Civic/Community Service, Recreational, Social, Legislative, Health, Leadership Development,
Financial, and Etiquette.
The Awesome Jammers consist of children in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade.An exciting programming year for 2019-20 has been planned to address the National thrusts and initiatives in order to foster
and build critical thinking skills and leadership development.
Greetings from the Meteors age group, which includes children in grades 3rd through 5th grade. Our age group activities focus on leadership development, awareness of cultural heritage and community services.
The Juniors group consists of pre-teens and teens in Grades 6 through 8th grade. Our 2019-2020 programming year includes strategic planning and activities that support Jack and Jill of America’s Focus Areas: Educational, Cultural, Health & Mental Health, Social & Recreational and Civic development. We will focus on bringing Jack and Jill History to life through exploration of leadership modules to include youth volunteerism, financial literacy, communication and public speaking.
Our Teens in grades 9-12th, are a creative group of top performing scholars and athletes representing seven different high schools in the greater Greensboro area. The teens support various community efforts individually and collectively including the Boys & Girls Club and Ronald McDonald House. The Teens have developed their skill in running efficient business meetings,
various aspects of leadership and
Congrats Class of 2022