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Photo Contest Winners Announced

Posted by Steve Hall on July 11

We asked “Do you have a fantastic photo that you want to share from your H2O for Life project?” The answer was an overwhelming, YES! Thank you to all the students and teachers who took the time to capture the fantastic images that were submitted. We applaud you all! View all submissions here First Place – $750 […]

The Bank Street School Water Warriors!

Posted by Steve Hall on June 14

The Bank Street School for Children is a private, progressive school in NYC serving children ages 3-14. In the 6th grade, students study water contamination in Science class, human rights in Social Studies, and read “A Long Walk to Water” in English class. As part of an integrated, cross-curricular unit of study, the students wish […]

What is the Impact?

Posted by Danielle MacGillivray on June 13

A group of 56 7th Graders from Carver High School in Philadelphia engaged in inquiry-learning extending their thinking beyond the four walls of the classroom. Within the context of Social Studies and English standards students chose one H2O for Life project to investigate. After the investigation, each student developed a clear persuasive argument to encourage […]

Varsity Lakes 6th Graders Walk-4-Water

Posted by Steve Hall on May 30

To end the school year, 6th grade Reading classes read “A Long Walk to Water” by Linda S. Park and learned about global water scarcity. The students put what they have learned into action by sponsoring the Sabane Primary School water project. Over 200 Varsity Lakes Middle School 6th graders completed a Walk-4-Water on May […]

King of Grace Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on May 21

“It doesn’t hurt to have ice cream for sale when it’s 84 degrees and sunny, but a lot of kids were simply walking laps to earn money for this years H2O project.  We had over 30 water walkers, and sold more than 160 ice cream cones.  You can see by the smiles on the kids […]

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