In the Schools - 2015

As an educator, emphasizing the role of an ambassador will allow students to learn about the importance of responsibility, passion for a cause, and will also build self-esteem. It is 
great to know the facts, but change is made when we learn how to take action. We can't wait to see what you have planned this April in your classrooms!

Take a look at our Tips and Tools for Educators

Memorial Middle School
Cedar Grove, NJ

Autism Ambassador, Character Education teacher, Student Council Advisor and Founder of Miss C’s Kindness group, Lia Caravella planned various activities to show support for Autism Awareness Month. Autism Awareness activities were included in the Character Education Curriculum. Lessons were created explaining to the students what Autism is and how to make and be friends with classmates who have autism.

Activities that were planned and implemented were:

  • All homeroom teachers passed out an autism bookmark to each student.
  • Student Council members sold puzzle piece bracelets, pencils, pens as well as paper puzzle pieces during all lunch periods.
  • Students who donated a dollar were able to write their name on a puzzle piece. Puzzle pieces are displayed on and around a bulletin board in a hallway of our school building.
  • Staff members had a dress down jean day on 4/2/15. All of the proceeds will be donated to Autism New Jersey.

Having the opportunity to show support for such a great cause has been such a success for all staff members, students and the families of Memorial Middle School in Cedar Grove, New Jersey. Memorial Middle School planned a Dress Down Day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $203. Thank you everyone!

Learn more about Miss C's Kindness Group & their latest news story here>>

Sparta Schools
Sparta, NJ

To celebrate autism awareness month, Sparta schools had various walks, events and dress down days during April. The photo to the left is of Alpine School’s 2nd grade clad with the Principal, Vice Principal and teachers/organizers of the walk- Kristi Diklich, Kerianne Morris, Kristen Lenox, Lisa Gast & Jennifer Church. Amount raised: $5,220.10 Way to go Sparta! Read more>>

Paterson Public Schools
Paterson, NJ

Autism Ambassador Raquel Soto worked hard to help organize an Autism Awareness Assembly in her son's school. Nice work!


Greenwich Elementary 
Stewartsville, NJ

The local grade school Junior Autism Ambassador Club, organized by Sue Oberman, held a bake sale fundraiser for Autism NJ. They made homemade puzzle piece sugar cookies that were very delicious!  They also held a Friendly's fundraiser. Thanks to Greenwich Township School District for their support and the Junior Autism Ambassador club for the Friendly's fundraiser for Autism NJ. Way to go Junior Ambassadors!

Upper Township School
Upper Twp. NJ

Autism Ambassador Jill Clark was involved in creating a human ribbon for autism awareness. They had about 1,200 students, staff, families, and members from their community. Awesome, thanks for raising awareness in your community, Jill!

Holland Township Middle School

Milford, NJ

Autism Ambassadors Deb Croasdale and Heather Sage from Holland Township School introduced Autism Awareness month with Bubbles4Autism. The tools and supplies from Autism NJ are being utilized by the 3rd and 4th graders. They also had a special education teacher available to speak to the classes about Autism and how some children learn and play differently. In addition, their 5th grade students participated in a service learning project hosted by their Education Support Professionals. The paraprofessionals and 5th grade students donated their time to create puzzle piece pins to sell for $1 each, with proceeds benefiting Autism NJ. Thanks for raising awareness and for your donations! Great Job!

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John H. Glenn Junior School
Old Bridge, NJ

Autism Ambassador Tracey Roeigers and the members of her school each personalized their own puzzle pieces. In the end they all put together a giant puzzle while raising awareness of Autism in their school! What a great idea!

Old Bridge Public Schools
Old Bridge, NJ

We love hearing about schools organizing Dress Down days to spread Autism awareness and Allison Ripoll and her school are doing just that! They will be coloring ribbons together and teaching their children all about acceptance. Amount raised: $75.00 You guys rock!

Hillside School

Livingston, NJ

Chani Levine, a 5th grade teacher at Hillside Elementary School, devoted the month of April to autism awareness. The entire school wore blue and attended an "in-school trip" to a showcase where Chani taught age appropriate lessons on autism and how to be a friend to an individual with autism. It was greatly received and they hope to repeat this yearly. Nice work spreading awareness, thank you Chani!

Daniel F. Ryan School #19

Passaic, NJ

Autism Ambassador Alyssa Proccacino and her school had a Dress Down Day to promote autism awareness and support our community. Alyssa and the rest of Daniel F. Ryan school planned a Tag Day to spread autism awareness and raised $223! We want to give them a shout out for being awesome!  

Moorestown High School
Moorestown, NJ

Moorestown High School Interact Club presented Acappella for Autism 2015! It is a Pop Competition featuring Pop/Contemporary Acappella Groups . Amount raised: $5,670.00  Amazing job this year!

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Byram Township School District
Byram, NJ

Kara Valeich, Joan Corey and the rest of Byram Schools spread autism awareness in a major way this April. Check out what they did:

• We kicked off April with a proclamation by Byram Township Mayor, Jim Oscovitch at the town meeting. Our Board of Education also read a proclamation at the April Board of Education meeting.
• This is our 9th year purchasing and wearing Autism Awareness t-shirts. Our t-shirt fundraiser raised $387. Many teachers bought the custom Byram autism awareness t-shirts to wear during the month, designed by Byram Lakes School art teacher, Elena McTaggart.
• We held our 9th annual Dress Down Day! From our Dress Down Week event we raised $947!
• We held our first ever “Best Buddy” fundraiser. Stuffed animals adorned with an autism ribbon were sold during lunches for grades K-4 at the Byram Lakes School. Kindness was promoted during the month to help teach students about diversity and acceptance of all. Our “Best Buddy” fundraiser raised $427!
• Our students and staff continued to work to spread autism awareness this year. Students throughout the school district (preK-8th) decorated autism ribbons and puzzle piece rams (school mascot). Teachers presented to their class about tolerance and acceptance of all. Factoids about autism were also displayed! Decorations were hung in the hallways so we could really spread awareness for the month! We decorated the town hall, as well, so that autism information was displayed during township meetings during the month of April.

Thank you Byram, you rock!

Pineland Learning Center
Vineland, NJ

This year, students and staff decided to get involved in helping families with autism by raising funds to support New Jersey Autism’s Anthony E. Meyer Conference Scholarship Fund. Each scholarship of $250 helps to offset the costs of conference registration for parents or self-advocates who are experiencing financial hardships.

To raise funds, Pineland Learning Center students made and sold special puzzle piece chocolate pops at the school. Funds for one scholarship already have been raised, and they hope to raise enough for a second scholarship by the end of the month. Read more>>

Beachwood Elementary School
Beachwood, NJ

Heather Steadman collected donations from the staff and students at Beachwood Elementary. Amount raised: $262.00 Way to go!

Kittatinny Regional High School

Newton, NJ

On their second year of fundraising, Patti Nugent and the staff of Kittatinny H.S. raised funds by purchasing autism t-shirts. Amount raised: $165.80 Thank you for fundraising!

Randolphville Elementary School
Piscataway Twp, NJ

Randolphville Elementary held a “Change for Autism” collection during Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1. The students, K-3rd grade, had a contest to see which grade could raise the most. 2nd grade won! On Friday, April 24th Michelle presented to the six 3rd-grade classes at Randolphville Elementary School. This is Michelle’s 3rd year presenting, keep up the good work! Amount raised: $262.30 Thanks to Michelle Ciano for helping organize this fundraiser!

East Dover & Dover Elementary Schools

Lake Hopatcong, NJ

Ambassador, Antoinette Dominici-Fifoot, held a Dress in Blue Day to raise funds for autism awareness. Amount raised: $467.00 Thanks Antoinette!

Kings Road School and Central Avenue School
Madison, NJ

Kathy Koop and the staff at Kings Road School and Central Avenue School participated in a Jeans Day and held a bracelet sale, proceeds benefitted Autism New Jersey. Amount raised: $436.00 Nice work!

Steinert High School
Hamilton, NJ

Jaclyn Hutton and the staff at Steinert High School held a Dress Down Day in April. Amount raised: $143.00 Thank you!

Carteret School District
Carteret, NJ

Susan Cherney helped facilitate a district wide denim day in the Carteret Schools. Amount raised: $863.00 Nice work!

Trinity Academy
Caldwell, NJ

Loretta Boronat collected donations for autism awareness month at Trinity Academy. Amount raised: $375.00 Thank you!

Arleth Elementary School
Sayreville, NJ

Autism Ambassador and teacher Kerri Bolster spread autism awareness by planning in-class lessons and utilizing the materials in her ambassador kit to send home with her students to promote autism awareness discussions at home with their families.They discussed accepting differences, what Autism is, and how to treat friends with special needs. Later, they had a poster contest where the students created posters about what they learned in the lesson. 

Kerri also participated in a fair at her school on April 18th. They had a community garage sale, car wash, food, a kid zone with a DJ, tricky tray, 50/50, games, blow-up activities, and many other fun activities for the kids. They also organized local vendors and resource tables with information about services in the area for children and families with special needs. An Occupational Therapy and Early Intervention facility from the Monroe area also attended. The money they raised was donated to their school's special education program, Autism Speaks, and Autism NJ. 
Great job raising awareness in your school!
Amount raised: $69.00 Thank you!

North Boulevard School
Pequannock Township, NJ

The staff and students really went all out to celebrate and raise autism awareness in many different ways! Here are some of their activities:

• Students wrote on puzzle piece about individuality/celebrating differences/uniqueness and hung them in the front of the school
• Hung large puzzle pieces around SNAPP-K hallway during the week of April 1st
• Distributed sensitivity training/activities to teachers for selves or students
• Puzzle piece pins- handed out the day of assembly (wear blue and wear your pin!)
• APRIL 2nd – Light it up Blue!
• Door decorating contest
• Walk-a-thon
• Announcements
• Interdisciplinary
• Simulation

Wow, thank you for all your planning and hard work!

Town Center Elementary School
Plainsboro, NJ

Autism Ambassador Jenna Lee and Megan Fink and the wonderful staff at Town Center Elementary School really showed their support for autism awareness month. The students decorated puzzle pieces and displayed them throughout the main hallway for everyone to see. We also want to thank you for your donation for autism awareness! Amount donated: $603. Way to go, Town Center Elementary School!

Marian E. McKeown School
Newton, NJ

We want to give Autism Ambassador Christine Ferraro and her school and big shout out for organizing an Autism Awareness Week and working on spreading more awareness in Sussex County! Keep up the great work!

Kinnelon Schools
Kinnelon, NJ

Colleen Bruscino organized Kinnelon Schools' Dress Down Day. Amount raised: $515.00 Thank you Colleen!

Florence Ave School
Irvington, NJ

Autism Ambassador Andrea Rochman and her school are going bubble crazy over at Florence Ave School and we want to recognize all the fun they’re having over there! They’re raising awareness by coloring in ribbons, wearing blue, and a ton of other fabulous things for Autism Awareness Month. Keep shining everyone!

Debbie Harris
Scotch Plains, NJ

We want to recognize Autism Ambassador Debbie for all the great things she’s doing over in Scotch Plains, NJ for Autism awareness! Keep it up Debbie!

Clarendon Elementary School
Secaucus, NJ

Autism Ambassador Janet Colamarino and her team spread awareness every April through amazing activities and events. We want to recognize Janet for being such a rockstar in our community!

Science Park High School
Newark, NJ

Diane Gayoso, Autism Ambassador and Community Service Chairperson for the PTSA @ Science Park HS in Newark, is working with her school to spread autism awareness. She is organizing workshops and Q & A sessions. Thank you Diane!

Linwood Middle School
North Brunswick, NJ

Kirsten Gartner, Autism Ambassador and teacher, worked with the students in her school to spread awareness and acceptance for the autism community. She is the advisor of an after school “Linwood Awareness Buddies” group that works with general ed students and their peers on the autism spectrum to build friendships and work together. She is also actively using her ambassador kit to spread autism awareness throughout the rest of the middle school she teaches at. Thank you Kirsten and the Awareness Buddies!

Middletown Township Public Schools
Middletown, NJ

Autism Ambassador Jennifer Barradale and New Monmouth Elementary School planned assemblies and classroom discussions throughout April to spread autism awareness. She worked on teaching her students how to be good peer buddies. Way to step up Jennifer!

Freehold Township School District
Freehold Township, NJ

Maria Kane, Autism Ambassador and Program Coordinator for her school, worked with the special needs organization Parent Advisory Council for Excellence (PACE) to set up autism awareness media displays in the school districts in Freehold. Thank you!

Beachwood Elementary School.
Toms River, NJ

Diane Fitzgerald, RN. MSN, CSN, Autism Ambassador and school nurse, planned a variety of awareness activities that included:

  • Presenting autism awareness activities at Beachwood PTO
  • Decorating the school with student colored autism awareness ribbons
  • On April 2nd, World Autism Day, they had a Dress Down Day and Walk for Autism
  • On Friday's, announcements about autism are made and stickers and tattoos are handed out
  • Two fundraisers for autism are also in the works!

Wow! Thank you to Diane and the rest of the Beachwood faculty and students.

Michelle Thomas

Michelle held a kiosk at her school to promote Autism Awareness. They chose Autism Awareness because each of the 4 group members have relatives with Autism. They feel it is sad to say not one of them were able to inform people about Autism, which led them to believe that they are not alone in not knowing truly anything about autism. Thanks Michelle for learning more about autism and sharing your new-found knowledge!

H.W. Mountz Elementary School
Spring Lake, NJ

Samantha Epstein and Mountz Elementary School had an amazing time at their Light it up Blue Day! We couldn’t be happier that you guys had such an awesome time showing support for the Autism Community! Keep it up! Amount raised: $66.00

Byram Schools
Stanhope, NJ

Autism Ambassador, Kara Valeich, worked with her school to plan a variety of activities to spread and support Autism Awareness month. Byram Schools kicked off the month with a proclamation by mayor, Jim Oscovitch, they planned their 3rd Annual Kids Zumba and 1st Annual Family Zumba, held a Dress Down Day, organized a “Read for Autism” for the students to collect pledges, and Mrs. Amy Del Turco, Occupational Therapist, donated her proceeds from selling Stella & Dot autism awareness bracelets. Amount raised: $1,761.00 Wow, great job to all involved!

Academy for Allied Health & Biomedical Sciences
Woodbridge, NJ

The student council at Woodbridge Academy for Allied Health and Biomedical Sciences hosted a school wide talent show to raise funds and awareness for autism. Amount raised: $430. Great job everyone!

Little Ferry School District
Little Ferry, NJ

Lynn Nunziato and the rest of Little Ferry Schools planned a Dress Down Day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $605. Thank you!

Galloway Twp. Middle School
Galloway, NJ

Jeff Morris of Galloway Township Middle School held a Hat & Dress Down Day.
Amount raised: $380.45
Way to go!

Hardyston Township Schools
Hamburg, NJ

Hardyston Schools raised awareness with a Dress Down Day. Amount raised: $375. Nice job!

Hopatcong Board of Education
Hopatcong, NJ

Hopatcong Schools raised awareness with a fundraiser for autism awareness. Amount raised: $426.50. Awesome!

Education Association of Nutley
Nutley, NJ

Nutley Schools raised awareness with a fundraiser for autism. Amount raised: $1100. Wow!

Haddon Heights School District
Haddon Heights, NJ

Timothy Kearns planned a dress down day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $360. Thank you everyone!

Jersey City Public Schools
Jersey City, NJ

Thank you for you autism awareness donation! Amount donated: $1,000.

Beatrice Gilmore School
Woodland Park, NJ

Thank you for your donation for autism awareness! Amount donated: $316.05.

Green Brook IEF Elementary School
Green Brook, NJ

April Larsen planned a Dress Down Day with her school to spread autism awareness. Amount raised: $145. Nice job!

Barley Sheaf Elementary School
Flemington, NJ

Jaclynn Murray and the rest of Barley Sheaf School supported autism awareness by making a donation to Autism New Jersey. Amount donated: $175. Thank you!

Andover Regional Schools
Andover, NJ

Candace Meeler planned a dress down day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $597.00 Thank you everyone!

Mountain Park Elementary School

Boonton Township, NJ

Mountain Park School planned a series of Dress Down Days for autism awareness. Amount raised: $86.00 Thank you everyone!

Buena Regional Middle School
Buena, NJ

The middle school students at Buena Middle school, supported autism awareness by decorating classroom doors, selling glow sticks and organizing Dress Down Days. Amount raised: $593.50. Way to go!

Elizabeth Avenue School
Franklin Park, NJ

Patricia Martinelli and the rest of Elizabeth Avenue School planned a variety of activities to support and spread autism awareness. Their activities include: organizing a spaghetti dinner, planning t-shirt sales, collecting donations and hosting a Pajama Day. Amount raised: $706.50. Thank you for all of your hard work and support!

Eastwick College
Ramsey, NJ

Thomas Eastwick and the students at the college held a Luncheon on April 9th the spread autism awareness. The Eastwick Foundation also showed support by donating $650 to Autism NJ. Amount raised: $1,350. Thank you Eastwick College and Foundation!

Gillette School
Long Hill, NJ

Kristie Haag organized a dress down day at the Gillette School.
Amount raised: $125.00 Way to go!

Gill St. Bernards School
Gladstone, NJ 

Karen Gooen organized Gill St. Bernards School's Bake Sale. Amount raised: $120.00 Thank you!

New Egypt Primary School
New Egypt, NJ

Jennifer Patricia and the rest of New Egypt Primary School organized a Jeans Day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $110. Thank you for spreading autism awareness!

Westbrook Elementary School
West Milford, NJ

Wendy Becker and the staff at Westbrook Elementary School held a Dress Down Day on April 2nd to raise funds for autism awareness month. Amount raised: $26.00 Thank you!

Wanaque Elementary School
Wanaque, NJ

Allison Mauro, Sharon Shemely and Crystal Weaver organized a bagel and bracelet sale and a walk-a-thon for autism awareness month. Amount raised: $2,974.00 Thank you all!

Mercerville Elementary School & Doctors Express
Hamilton, NJ

Patti Gerber
Ambassador Patti Gerber and the staff and students of Mercerville Elementary School presented a check for $1,275 that was raised during their Coins for Autism Awareness month fundraiser. Local business, Doctors Express, then matched their gift, totaling $2,550.00. Thank you for all your hard work!

Children’s Center of Monmouth County
Neptune, NJ

Angie Tener worked with the staff at the Children’s Center of Monmouth County to incorporate month long campus wide fundraising activities during the month of April.
Amount raised: $2,015.00
You’re a rockstar, thanks!

Bloomfield Public Schools
Bloomfield, NJ

Salvatore Goncalves and the rest of Bloomfield School showed support for Autism Awareness Month by donating to Autism New Jersey.
Amount raised: $1,915.50.
Wow, thank you!

East Brunswick School District
East Brunswick, NJ

Mariann Zema and the East Brunswick School District held Walk-a-thons, Assemblies & Lesson Plans to raise awareness and funds.
Amount raised: $1,757.00
We appreciate your hard work and planning, thanks to you all!

Jefferson Elementary School
Succasunna, NJ

Carolyn Cuda organized a Hats On for Autism Awareness Day at the Jefferson Elementary School.
Amount raised: $1,323.50
Thank you for showing your support!

West End Memorial Elementary School
Woodbury, NJ

Jackie Aubrey organized a Penny Challenge & Autism Walk at the West End Memorial Elementary School.
Amount raised: $1,229.13
Thank you for showing your support!

Newton Public Schools
Newton, NJ

Judith Cooper held a dress down day & sold crafts at the Newton Public Schools.
Amount raised: $1,144.00
Way to go!

Holland Township School
Milford, NJ

Sylvia Donaldson hosted a Handmade Autism Awareness Pin Sale and T-shirt Sale at the Holland Township School.
Amount raised: $1,138.00
We appreciate your hard work and planning, thanks!

Monument Elementary School
Trenton, NJ

Nicole Lowery held an autism awareness bake sale at Monument Elementary School. Amount raised: $900.00 Thank you!

Sunnyfield Learning Center

Caitlin Jackson held an electronic fundraiser at the Sunnyfield Learning Center.
Amount raised: $644.84
Nice work, thank you!

Long Branch Public School District
Long Branch, NJ

Sheri Zanni held a pin sale at the Long Branch Public School District.
Amount raised: $500.00
Thank you for showing your support!

Ignacio Cruz Early Childhood Center

Cecilia Tello Espejo held a dress down day at the Ignacio Cruz Early Childhood Center.  
Amount raised: $430.00
Nice work!

Bergen County College
Paramus, NJ

Karen Kozlowicz helped organize Turning Point Program's Bake Sale at Bergen County College.
Amount raised: $344.00 Thank you all!

Chestnut Ridge MS Sunshine Club
Sewell, NJ

Laura Consiglio and the Chestnut Ridge Middle School's Sunshine Club gave an autism awareness donation.
Amount raised: $316.36
Thanks to you all!

Northern Valley Regional High School
Demarest, NJ

Joanne Spadaccini held a dress down day at the Northern Valley Regional High School.
Amount raised: $250.00
We appreciate your hard work and planning, thanks!

Pequannock Township High School
Pompton Plains, NJ

Lisa Mulhall held bracelet, luminary & lollipop sales at the Pequannock Township High School.
Amount raised: $211.76
Great work, thank you!

Katherine D. Malone School
Rockaway Township, NJ

Dave Koenig & Chrissy Ellis organized a dress down day & a Student vs. Faculty Basketball Game.
Amount raised: $200.00
We appreciate your hard work and planning, thank you both!

Chester M. Stephens Elementary School
Mt. Olive, NJ

Christine Thomas showed her support by holding a dress down day.
Amount raised: $152.00
Thank you for showing your support!

Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School
Freehold, NJ

Debbie Dombrowski held a dress down day and raised money for autism awareness.
Amount raised: $110.00
Way to go!

Northern Hills Academy
Sparta, NJ

Jennifer Kaufman held a walk-a-thon for autism awareness.
Amount raised: $100.00
We appreciate your hard work and planning, thanks!

Columbus School
Carteret, NJ

Carissa Costa gave an autism awareness donation to Autism New Jersey.
Amount raised: $90.00
Way to go!

McDivitt Elementary School
Old Bridge, NJ

Allison Ripoll gave an autism awareness donation to Autism New Jersey.
Amount raised: $75.00
Thank you for showing your support!

Memorial Elementary School
Laurence Harbor, NJ

Lindsey Fitzpatrick held a dress down day for autism awareness. Amount raised: $72.00 Thank you!

Kiel School
Kinnelon, NJ

Michael Miller donated $25.00 towards autism awareness. Thanks Michael!

Glen Ridge School
Glen Ridge, NJ

John DeWitt led his school in a Dress Down Day, Bake Sale, Pizza Sale & Dinner Fundraiser.
Amount raised: $2,545.00 Nice work, thanks for all your planning!

Pequannock Twp. Public Schools
Pompton Plains, NJ

Alexia Somers and Jenna Spautz helped organize AA activities and were able to collect many donations.
Amount raised: $2,904.62 Thank you both!

Henry C. Beck Middle School
Cherry Hill, NJ

Nicole Walsh helped coordinate a Zumbathon at Beck Middle School.
Amount raised: $1,230.00 Thanks Nicole!

Bedwell Elementary School
Bernardsville, NJ

Vanessa Ryan held Bake & Wreath Sales at Bedwell Elementary School to raise funds for autism awareness.
Amount raised: $157.50 Way to go, thank you!

PACE Freehold Township Elementary & Middle Schools
Freehold, NJ

PACE of the Freehold Township Elementary & Middle Schools gave an AA Donation, and they educated the students and staff about autism.
Amount raised: $100.00 Nice work!

Wanaque School
Wanaque, NJ 

Allison Mauro, Crystal Weaver & Sharon Shemeley held a Bagel Sale, Bracelet Sale & Walk-a-thon at the Wanaque School.
Amount raised: $3,424.00 Thank you all for your hard work!

Montclair State University
Montclair, NJ

Larry Weiner organized a Benefit for Autism at Montclair State University. 
Amount raised: $3,000.00 Thank you!

John Hill School
Boonton, NJ

Kathleen Spinozzi held an AA T-Shirt Day at the John Hill School.
Amount raised: $296.50 Nice work!

The Valley School Early Childhood Development Center
Park Ridge, NJ

Christi Spencer held a Bake Sale at The Valley School in Park Ridge, NJ.
Amount raised: $183.00 Way to go!

Teaneck Township Education Association
Teaneck, NJ

LisaMarie Sgambati organized a District Wide Dress Down Day that included schools in the Teaneck Township School District. Amount raised: $1,577.00 Thank for all your hard work!

Clarendon School
Secaucus, NJ

Janet Colamarino held a Dress Down Day and had AA Sales to raise funds and awareness at the Clarendon School! Amount raised: $1,514.00 Thank you for your work as ambassadors!

You and Me School
Edison, NJ

We want to give a shout out to Nicole McDowell for organizing a dress down day for staff at the JFK You and Me School and Pediatric Rehab Department. Amount raised: $104.00 Thanks Nicole!

Robinson Elementary School
Hamilton, NJ

Kelli Eppley held a Light It Up Blue Autism Awareness Collection at the Robinson Elementary School, and raised funds for autism awareness! Amount raised: $187.00 Thank you Kelli!

C.R. Applegate School
Freehold, NJ

Thank you to Leanne Mercadante for holding an autism awareness fundraiser at the C.R. Applegate School! Amount raised: $636.00 Nice work Leanne!

John Adams Middle School
Edison, NJ

Kristina Cabrera served as the ambassador for the John Adams Middle School's fundraiser. Amount raised: $100.00 Awesome!

Piscataway Township School District
Piscataway, NJ

Annabelle Murray led the Piscataway district in autism awareness fundraisers, and they ended up raising $1,385.00! Thank you for your dedication!

Delran Middle School
Delran, NJ

Julia Stipa held a Penny Wars at Delran Middle School, and raised $1,122.27! Thank you Julia and the staff and students at Delran Middle School!

Updated 10/28/2015


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