Our eighth graders study different regions of the world in social studies and the water cycle in science. We want to make a difference in other people's lives and help make our world a better place. We have more than what we truly need and are working to realize that our wants and our needs are different from the wants and needs of people in other places.
We are a public, progressive charter school near Northfield, MN. Part of our mission is to make the world a better place. Raising Hands, our student led service learning club, has chosen to focus part of their work on water issues and girls' education.
From growing up in a first world country and having the privilege of reliable clean, fresh running water in our homes, schools and workplaces; our mission is to share this necessity in communities around the world that do not have the basic human right of clean drinking water.
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We want to save peoples' lives because every moment people are dying and we really want to help out and we care for these kids and they need help so much and we have time to do this every year and i think this is a good goal.
We are excited to be helping a global cause! We are a large middle school ready and willing to take on a new project. Please help us reach our goal of raising $500 to help a school in need!
We are a College Intro to Environmental Science Class. Our teacher and class of six have been studying environmental issues, specifically water conservation. Recently our class put on a presentation to our elementary school about using water wisely. We wanted to help them understand that water is a finite resource, and is something that many don't have. In addition to informing others, we would like to make physical differences as well.
Sacred Heart Catholic School (Robbinsdale) is partnering with St. Joseph's Catholic School (Waconia) and Frassati Catholic School (White Bear Lake) to raise funds for a water well in Sudan. We are focusing on lessons each month using the H2O for Life web site lessons along with our middle school students taking part in a pond study at a lake close to our schools. Students will share these pond results with each other. Our goal is to create an awareness that not all children in our world have access to clean water and give students the leadership skills to take action to raise funds for a great cause.