Every day, some kids are out there hatching ideas, making plans, building dreams, all to make the world a better place. It takes a lot of courage to try to change things. We applaud young people who try to make a difference in their communities.
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The following is a sampling of stories written by courageous kids.
A Scary Memory a late night trip to the hospital.
Do Your Part you'll be happy you did!
Live Simply it all started with a coral reef.
Rights make Might observations by Tenille Williams
Women in History where are they?
Let's Stop Prejudice a poem and essay by Tina N. Huang, age 14
One Pair of Shoes - and a lot of good souls! by fifth graders at the Ramaz Lower School
"VOLUNTEER!" says the Happy Volunteer!
WHAT I BELIEVE by Crzy4Rng, age 14
Is This For Real? by Lynn Justiniano, age 14
Never Say Nevermind! Jessie Gill, age 9, talks about her hearing loss.
Making Waves Walter Dawson, age 12 - how his father's battle with Alzheimer's changed his life.
A Fond Memory This recollection of a very special class project was recently e-mailed to us.
Building Self-Esteem Sports is the key for Megan.
A Good Change Ryan tells us why going to a regular school is so important for him.
My Television Show Fifth Grader, Steve started his own t.v. show for kids to express themselves.
Have You Ever Been Misunderstood? 12 year old Lela almost lost her friends by being wrongly accused of being racist.
The Most Courageous Person I Know A terrible fire taught Soufian a lesson about courage.
Kids Can Make a Difference Flooding in Grand Forks brought Emily and her community together.
A Happy Helper How helping out made this school proud!