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CSSS to host drive-thru ‘pop-up’ Dec. 1

The tribe’s Center for Student Success and Services (CSSS) is hoping to connect with students and parents at an event Dec. 1 in Hollywood.

The second annual “drive-thru popcorn pop-up” is scheduled to take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the student pick-up/drop-off area at the Hollywood Reservation’s preschool building at the Dorothy S. Osceola (DSO) complex.  

CSSS staff said there would be raffles, prizes and giveaways at the event.

“Our goal with this event is to inform the tribal community of the various services that CSSS offers and conduct general community outreach,” Hurvens Monestime, a senior specialist in the Tribal Professional Development (TPD) department, said.

Monestime said that in addition to freebies and music, CSSS would hand out informational brochures on its programs, which include K-12 education, higher education, tutoring, library services and TPD’s programs.

CSSS quality assurance analyst, Rollie Gilliam, developed the pop-up series with the help of Tiawannah Calhoun, Hollywood’s K-12 adviser. For more about CSSS, click here.

CSSS hopes to meet students and parents at the Dec. 1 event. (Courtesy CSSS)
Damon Scott
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