Clark Prep’s first annual Tremé Day is Saturday, March 9th 2013!
All proceeds from Tremé Day go towards Clark Prep’s Athletics and Enrichment Department to provide our scholars with the high quality high school experience they deserve. The Department’s activities are fundamental to our school culture. Please join us in our effort and come out to support the Bulldogs!
The 5K run/walk starts with sign-in and registration at 8am. The route will follow Ursulines Avenue towards Bayou St. John and then turn back towards the school.
The Health and Wellness Fair begins at 9:30 am. It will feature fun activities, seminars, fitness classes, free health screenings (including vision exams and cholesterol tests), and tons of valuable information booths.
In case you haven’t noticed, there’s something for everyone at Tremé Day
Tremé Day is sponsored by “The FortyFourth,” a 501c3 based in New Orleans. The 44th was founded to provide career-oriented alternative education opportunities to at-risk youth. They facilitate academic enrichment programs for high-achieving young scholars while implementing sustainable economic practices in a redeveloping urban community.
The 44th Education Initiative is Building a Better New Orleans through Hard Work and Responsible Deeds!
Other dignified sponsors include: Progressive Men of New Orleans (PMNO), Action of Healthy Kids SChool Grants for Healthy Kids program, made possibly by the Walmart Foundation and Road ID, Inc. You can go to their main website by clicking here.
Proud partners of Tremé Day include: Edible Schoolyard New Orleans, School Health Connection, Second Harvest Food Bank, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. - New Orleans Alumnae Chapter and the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW).