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Our Values:  At Girls Place, we believe that all girls should be inspired, challenged and nurtured to become their very best.

Our Vision: Girls Place girls become independent women who embrace diversity, express their ideas, rise above obstacles, enhance their communities, and lead those around them.

Our Mission:  At Girls Place, we empower girls to grow courageous, strong and self sufficient. We inspire our girls to celebrate themselves—their minds, their hearts, and their physical well being.

Girl of the Month:  BRINLEY

To me, RESPECT means…to not say bad things to people and don’t hurt their feelings.photo(5)

Color:  Blue

Food:  Macaroni and Cheese

Subject:  Science

Describes Me:  Pretty

Favorite thing about GP:  it’s fun because we do a lot of fun things and sometimes we paint our hands and it tickles.

 

Blog(s) of the Month:


photo 2(3)What respects means to me is a power word that we use at girls place.  It means to be respectful and to be positive to others.  Also when you have a positive audittude.  When you show respect  you are basicly giving your heart and being your best.  All these ways make you show respect.

 

-Romiya, 4th Grade

 

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Respect means a lot to me in a lot of ways.  It means the world to be cause if I show respect I expect to get respect back.  Respect means that you have to show respect to get it back.  It means everything to me.  I love respect and it also means a lot to me because it’s a part of my life and I apply it to my everyday life. 

-Bryanne, 6th Grade

 

 

Click here for MeMe’s Respect Video Blog

Click here for Traylan’s Respect Video Blog

Girls Place Flowers:  The Official Leadership Team of Girls Place

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Pictured:  Bottom from left:  Bella, Cierra, Katy, Fantasia, and Lily

Top from left:  Ashleigh, Dymetria, Bri’Yonna, Alyssa, and Charis

Not pictured:  Aja

LEADERSHIP GAINESVILLE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARDS GIRLS PLACE A $500 COMMUNITY GRANT

Girls Place announces on March 23, 2015 they have been awarded a $500 grant from LGAA through the Community Relations Committee. The funds from this award will be designated to their leadership and community service program called “Girls Place Flowers”.

Twelve young ladies that range in age from kindergarten to 8th grade make up this leadership board with elected officials of president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. These young ladies play an importance role within the organization by assisting with the creativity of activities for all Girls Place participants.

The goal of this leadership program is too-develop authentic female leaders, teach the inner workings and responsibilities of government, empower participants through ownership and accountability, expose participants to a variety of social, economical, health and political experiences, promote teamwork and understand the importance of community relations and fiscal awareness.

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Hours:

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 11:00am – 6:00pm (payments can be made during this time frame only)

Summer Day Camp Hours: 7:30am – 6:00pm

School Day Hours: School Dismissal – 6:00pm

Holiday Hours: 7:30am – 6:00pm