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HCS Prepares to Walk for Water!

Posted by Steve Hall on May 2

HCS: When the kids do our 2 mile WATER WALK (a week from Friday) for each quarter mile they walk (I.e. the full perimeter of the park) they receive a bead added to a piece of jute affixed to their belt loops…  Starting today and through next week many classes will be making beads of various kinds […]

Arkansas students Walk for Water

Posted by Steve Hall on April 29

Holy Rosary Catholic School in Stuttgart, AR had a Water Walk on Friday, April 12. Our whole school participated. We are a Prek3-6th grade school with 67 students. Our students walked a total of 338.4 miles! Each student carried either a 1/2 gallon, 1 gallon or 2 gallon jug of water on their walk around […]

MN teacher inspires student advocacy

Posted by Steve Hall on April 18

Colleen Parker is a teacher at Simley High School in MN, who recently became a National Geographic Certified Educator. Colleen wrote a blog that was featured on the Nat Geo Certified Educator website sharing what she is doing in the classroom to inspire student advocacy. The purpose of the blog was to introduce to other […]

Crystal Lake Middle School helps a partner school in Nicaragua

Posted by Joe Kuzelka on April 18

Crystal Lake Middle School is located on the Atlantic coast just north of Fort Lauderdale. Katharine Cook is a 7th grade magnet science teacher that has helped her students take a few strides toward becoming global citizens by participating in an H2O for Life experience.  H2O for Life’s service learning opportunities are designed to engage, […]

Dodgeball Fundraiser

Posted by Steve Hall on April 17

St. Christopher School in NY recently held a dodgeball tournament to raise funds for their partner school in the Dominican Republic. Students made a small donation to be part of the action! What a great idea! Help St. Chris reach their goal  

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