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Communities In Schools of Wichita/Sedgwick County
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All In For Students Award Recipient 2011: The award is presented to site coordinators who demonstrate an unwavering commitment to students. With acts of love and transformation, these Heroes are the best at what they do.

Forger of new partnerships. Connector of community resources. In the face of hardships and hurdles too numerous to count, Ginger Pollock always rises to the occasion. Serving more than 500 middle school students in Wichita, Kan., the site coordinator makes sure that every single student and their families have the resources they need to thrive. From transportation to doctors’ appointments to mentors, to vital things we often take for granted like laundry detergent and electricity, Ginger covers it all. The principal at Ginger’s school described her passion for making a difference best: “Coming to Hamilton Middle School is not just a job for Ginger; it is her lifestyle, her grounding, her duty, her belief in building young adolescents to become successful members of our community.”

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